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Hogan Lovells US LLP
Miami, Florida

With more than 2,500 lawyers in over 45 offices, Hogan Lovells offers dynamic solutions to clients in a broad range of industries. As it continues to expand, the Miami office works seamlessly with other offices to represent local, national and international clients in a broad-based U.S. and international law practice. The Miami office provides a strategic platform for complex domestic and cross-border transactions, for addressing regulatory challenges and for high stakes litigation and international arbitration matters in Florida and throughout the Americas, the Caribbean and beyond. A full service office, the Miami lawyers practice in appellate litigation, international litigation and arbitration, corporate and finance, infrastructure, energy, resources and projects, mergers and acquisitions, complex commercial litigation, healthcare, international trade, labor and employment, life sciences, construction and real estate. The Miami office includes many multicultural and multilingual practitioners who understand the nuances of representing clients in one of the United States’ most important venues for arbitral proceedings and Latin American transactions.


Hogan Lovells Lawyer Development Framework
While much of our lawyers’ training and professional development occurs as a natural part of their day-to-day work, Hogan Lovells recognizes that formal training and focused development programs are critical to the professional growth of our lawyers. The quality of our legal training is reflected in the fact that so many Hogan Lovells lawyers are recognized as distinguished in their fields. The Hogan Lovells Lawyer Development Framework includes 13 skills that are important throughout the career of an associate and was developed to guide associate training and professional development. Coaching and mentoring supplement the training to enable associates to manage their individual development. The Hogan Lovells Academy conducts programs covering substantive areas of law, core legal and business development skills, practice management, ethics and professionalism and other topics. New associates from US offices participate in an annual multi-day orientation program designed to assist with their successful transition from law student or judicial clerk to associate. When associates join the firm, they are assigned to a development circle for one year with peers and a senior associate. The goal is to set them up for success from their first year with the firm. Hogan Lovells has also implemented a formal Associate Professional Development Program intended to help associates think strategically about their career goals and to identify concrete steps they can take to achieve those goals with the help and advice of a partner or counsel mentor.


Exemplary Citizenship is an integral part of Hogan Lovells’ culture and strategy. Our shared belief in the value of social responsibility is one of the bonds that unify us as a global firm and we seek to engage all of our offices and people, as well as our clients and neighbors, in our Citizenship programs. Through our global and local Citizenship programs we work together as a community to promote justice, opportunity, inclusion, and sustainability. This year the firm launched a ground-breaking Global Citizenship Policy, which asks everyone at the firm to commit to at least 25 hours a year to Citizenship activities. This target covers the five pillars of our Citizenship program: Pro Bono, Diversity, Community Investment, Matched Global Giving (Touch) and Environment. More information about these initiatives can be found below and on our website at

Diversity and Inclusion
Our commitment to being a diverse and inclusive place to work is at the core of Hogan Lovells’ vision and values. We have a longstanding commitment to recruiting, retaining and promoting lawyers and others with diverse backgrounds and experiences. Our culture, which respects and values the diversity of all our people, significantly enhances our workplace and our ability to provide excellent legal services to our clients. To this end, we are committed to cultivating and sustaining an inclusive culture where all lawyers, regardless of race, national origin, gender, religion, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or age, have the same opportunity to excel. For more details regarding Hogan Lovells’ Diversity initiatives, please visit

Pro Bono - Making a Difference in Our Community
Hogan Lovells’ pioneering US Pro Bono Practice began more than 40 years ago, when we were the first firm to establish a separate practice devoted exclusively to pro bono services. Since that time, our demonstrated commitment to community service has only strengthened and grown. We take seriously our responsibility to improve the lives of those without access to justice or the means to hire lawyers, and to meet the legal needs of charities and non-profit social enterprises. Our lawyers are engaged in a wide range of pro bono efforts, including handling ground-breaking and high-impact assignments. Summer associates and associates are extensively engaged in these efforts, providing all with the opportunity to make a meaningful difference right from the start of their legal careers. For more details on the firm’s extensive pro bono work, please visit

Community Investment
Our community investment initiative builds awareness within the firm and with our clients and other stakeholders about the local communities in which our firm operates and works. We support and develop projects that focus on issues of poverty and exclusion in our communities. The strength of the firm’s community affairs work lies in the excellent relationships we have forged with partnering agencies and local community leaders.

As a modern global law firm, we acknowledge our responsibility to carry out our business in a sustainable way. Our overall strategy is to minimize our environmental footprint. The National Green Committee works to develop and maintain a measureable reduction in waste and energy in all U.S. offices.

We encourage interested candidates to sign up for on-campus interviews at their law schools or to contact us directly at

Contact Information

600 Brickell Avenue
Suite 2700
Miami, Florida 33131
United States

Hiring Attorney:
Ms. Stephanie Carman

Recruiting Contact:
Ms. Ana M. Ruiloba
Office Administrator
600 Brickell Avenue
Suite 2700
Miami, Florida (FL) 33131
United States

Phone: 305.459.6500