We actively recruit individuals who are committed to providing best in class service and who can enrich the firm through diversity in backgrounds, experiences, talents, abilities and demographics.
Workman Nydegger also promotes diversity through various community programs, including an ongoing scholarship program in which four scholarships are awarded each year to women in STEM programs at local Universities. In addition to the financial benefits of these scholarships, the scholars are also provided an opportunity to present their work at the firm. The firm also provides mentoring for pursuing career paths in intellectual property law.
Workman Nydegger has also been named “the most generous law firm in Utah” 4 out of the last 5 years by the Utah Minority Bar Association. The firm is honored to support this organization with charitable donations and contributions to their diversity scholarship programs.
Our firm also supports and recognizes the efforts of the HNBA (Hispanic National Bar Association) by participating as a Fellow firm in the HNBA/IPLI program. We provide both financial support and mentors, at the partner level, to support the training and development of HNBA/IPLI scholars.
To further promote diversity, Workman Nydegger also provides flexible work and compensation opportunities to accommodate different lifestyle needs, including flexible tracks to partnership.