Opportunities

The following 40+ legal organizations are interested in hiring lawyers returning to the legal profession after a hiatus for one-year, paid Fellowships through OnRamp. Please check the “Applicants” page for details regarding the eligibility requirements. 

If you meet the eligibility requirements and would like to apply for any of the open roles below, please click “Apply Now.”  You can apply for multiple roles via one application. Continue to check back over the coming weeks for many new opportunities!

Current Open Roles:

Applications for the roles listed below are due no later than March 27, 2024. Please check back regularly for updates!

Many of the roles are “remote” opportunities or a combination of remote and in-person currently, and are subject to change over time. Please see the role descriptions for more details. 

Booz Allen Hamilton

OnRamp Fellow posting coming soon!

D. E. Shaw Renewable Investments (Denver, New York)

Generalist Attorney (Denver or New York)

OVERVIEW:

The D. E. Shaw group seeks a talented attorney to join its Legal & Compliance department and counsel the firm’s renewable energy business, D. E. Shaw Renewable Investments (DESRI). DESRI is a market-leading owner and operator of renewable energy projects throughout the United States that acquires, develops, owns, operates, or has contracted more than 6 gigawatts of capacity across a portfolio of over 60 renewable energy projects. This attorney will become part of a small, inclusive, highly skilled team responsible for supporting DESRI’s portfolio of wind and solar energy projects, within a fast-paced environment that values collaboration, thoughtful problem solving, and attention to detail.

WHAT YOU’LL DO DAY-TO-DAY:

You’ll be responsible for providing legal support to DESRI’s transactional, asset management, and development teams. The attorney will advise on general corporate, contractual, and transactional matters relating to DESRI’s growing portfolio of wind and solar projects across the United States. You’ll also provide guidance on resolving disputes arising under DESRI’s contracts, helping to pursue contractual remedies.

WHO WE’RE LOOKING FOR:

  • Candidates should have an impressive record of academic achievement and corporate law experience, including managing transactions and advising clients directly.
  • Experience with energy projects is a plus but not required.
  • Well-developed analytical, communication, and organizational skills and keen attention to detail are essential.
  • Outstanding judgment is of great importance, as is a demonstrated ability to work both independently and collaboratively in support of highly complex renewable energy projects.

Haynes Boone (Hybrid - Dallas, New York)

The Dallas and New York offices of Haynes Boone is seeking a Real Estate associate with experience working on acquisition, disposition, real estate secured finance (borrower representation), real estate development and/or joint venture drafting and negotiating. We recognize that strong candidates may have experience in some of these areas, but not all of them, so we encourage you to apply if you have experience in at least four out of the six experiences listed. Candidates must also have strong academic credentials, excellent writing skills and should enjoy working with others in a team-oriented setting.

At Haynes Boone, we pride ourselves on our firm culture which emphasizes collaboration and teamwork. The firm has undertaken a strategic integration approach for all attorneys at the firm, which is led by the firm’s Attorney Integration Committee. Our approach focuses on fostering attorney integration from office to office, section to section, and lawyer to lawyer at all levels. Additionally, Haynes Boone attorneys are provided meaningful in-person professional development training at all stages of their careers. The firm has implemented a series of milestone programs which progressively build on each other and cover level-appropriate aspects of business development, management skills, and firm citizenship and are intended to supplement ongoing practice-specific development and continuing legal education.

Haynes Boone has been recognized for its diversity, equity and inclusion efforts with the following distinctions:

  • Haynes Boone has achieved certification in the Mansfield Rule 4.0 program, which measures whether law firms have affirmatively considered women, attorneys of color, LGBTQ+ attorneys, and attorneys with disabilities for important leadership positions within the firm. Haynes Boone also achieved Mansfield Certification Plus status which shows that the firm has met or exceeded the baseline Mansfield requirements and also reached at least 30% underrepresented lawyer representation in a notable number of current leadership roles.
  • Haynes Boone earned a 100 percent rating for the third consecutive year in the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) Foundation’s 2021 Corporate Equality Index.
  • Haynes Boone has received the Women in Law Empowerment Forum (WILEF) Gold Standard Certification in 2021, with preceding recognition from 2011-2015, 2017-2018 and 2020.
  • Haynes Boone was awarded the Leadership Council on Legal Diversity’s (LCLD) Top Performer Award and Compass Award in 2021for meaningful participation in critical LCLD initiatives.
  • Haynes Boone was ranked by Chambers Associate in the Top 25 Firms for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.

Haynes and Boone, LLP currently requires all firm personnel to return to the office at least three days per week in our U.S. offices. We expect each full-time lawyer in good standing to work from the Firm’s offices at least three days per week and remotely up to two days per week. Additionally, the firm currently has a vaccine mandate in place, which means anyone (all employees and visitors) entering our offices, now and continuing into the future, must provide proof of full vaccination. Employees may seek a medical/religious vaccine exemption which will be individually considered. Please note that medical exemptions will require certification by a treating healthcare professional. If exempt, employees may be permitted to work remotely for the time being.

Katten Muchin Rosenman

OnRamp Fellow posting coming soon!

Kroll Bond Rating Agency (KBRA)

OnRamp Fellow posting coming soon!

Loeb & Loeb (Los Angeles)

Trusts and Estates Fellow

Loeb & Loeb is seeking a skilled and experienced Trusts and Estates Fellow to work with our robust and expanding estate settlement practice as a member of our esteemed Trusts and Estates team. The ideal candidate will have a strong background in post-mortem trust and estate settlement matters, including federal transfer taxes and California probate administration, and will be responsible for providing counsel and representation in such matters. The candidate will work closely with trustees, executors, beneficiaries, financial institutions, and other involved parties to provide guidance on proper tax reporting, administration and disposition of assets in accordance with the governing estate plan documents, relevant laws and regulations. The candidate will also work closely with the Firm’s attorneys and paralegals to advise clients through the trust and estate settlement process including gathering information on assets and liabilities, handling tax and other required filings, and navigating the complex legal, tax and financial aspects to settle a deceased person’s estate and trusts.

Morrison & Foerster (Hybrid - Los Angeles, Palo Alto, San Diego, San Francisco)

Office: Los Angeles, Palo Alto, San Diego or San Francisco

Position: IP Litigation Associate Attorney

Candidates will have familiarity with and knowledge of the following:

  • Experience with intellectual property litigation matters, including patent and/or trade secret litigation.
  • Strong experience in managing discovery and writing briefs.
  • Undergraduate degree in Electrical Engineering or Computer Science is preferred. We may consider other related technical degrees.

Professional skills highly desired include:

  • Exercising sound legal and business knowledge in working on a broad spectrum of cases and counseling clients with respect to ongoing matters.
  • Excellent communication skills are key: ability to attentively listen, actively engage, and concisely and effectively communicate complex matters in oral and written form.
  • A strong work ethic, excellent leadership skills, and action-oriented interest in taking on increased levels of responsibility for client matters will add to your success on our team.

Practice Group Overview:

As a patent litigation powerhouse, Morrison & Foerster represents clients in their highest-profile and most complex patent disputes in the tech, life sciences, and the consumer products industries. Although we are capable of resolving matters before trial, the prowess of our courtroom litigators is second to none. We stand out for our superb knowledge of patent law, experience with judges in high-volume patent venues, and facility with explaining cutting-edge technologies to juries. The practice group is led by Bita Rahebi, Mark Whitaker, Brian Nash, and Tim Saulsbury.

Over the last five years alone, we have litigated more than 300 patent disputes in the most active district courts in the nation, including the Eastern and Western Districts of Texas, the District of Delaware, and the Northern and Central Districts of California. We regularly appear before agencies and tribunals such as the International Trade Commission (ITC) and the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB). And when IP cases make their way to the Federal Circuit or Supreme Court, our experienced bench of appellate lawyers can help clients successfully navigate the appellate process. We also have significant experience litigating in global forums, including in Japan and Germany.

In general, Morrison & Foerster is consistently ranked for its litigation capabilities throughout the United States, Asia, and Europe. We regularly work on complex, high-stakes, and bet-the-company disputes. Our clients, whether they are Fortune 100 multinationals or early-stage tech companies, turn to us for help with their most difficult legal issues. We work closely with them to understand their businesses, identify potential areas of legal exposure, devise strategies to manage risk, and, where appropriate, resolve disputes short of trial. If it comes to trial, Morrison & Foerster litigators win.

Our firm has a long-standing commitment to our culture and diversity. We encourage you to learn more about who we are, and what we do. Should you find you are ready to do the best legal work of your life, we encourage you to let us know!

Nixon Peabody (Hybrid - Boston)

At Nixon Peabody, our priority is to attract, retain, and promote talented individuals from a wide range of racial, ethnic, social, economic, religious, and personal backgrounds, genders and sexual orientations. Therefore, we encourage talented individuals with diverse backgrounds and experiences to apply.

A career at Nixon Peabody is the opportunity to do work that matters. It’s a chance to use your knowledge to shape what’s ahead, to innovate, to learn at a firm that taps into the power of collaboration and collective thinking.

Corporate Trust Team – Global Finance Practice Group

We are seeking a highly motivated Fellow to join our Corporate Trust Team in our Global Finance Practice Group to be based in Boston.

Qualified candidates will have two to five years of experience in corporate, real estate or commercial finance, securities, public finance, or a combination of one or more of those areas. Strong financial, analytical, drafting and negotiation skills and an ability to work independently, with direct client contact, are important.

The successful candidate will be involved in a varied and dynamic practice, ranging from new origination of collateralized debt obligations (CDOs) and other asset-backed securities, corporate bonds, specialty finance to resolution of distressed transactions. Qualified candidates will have strong academic credentials, superb judgment and communication skills, and a commitment to providing excellent client services.

Nixon Peabody’s Corporate Trust Team is involved in some of the most innovative financial products, and some of the most publicized litigation and bankruptcies, in the securitization and bond markets. Our core team knows this business inside out, with a full support team of litigation, bankruptcy, securities and tax attorneys who are experienced in corporate trust, finance and securitization.

Global Finance Practice Group

Our Global Finance Practice Group is seeking to hire a Fellow in Boston.

The ideal candidate will have approximately three to five years’ experience in a dedicated finance practice group at an Am Law 100 firm representing domestic and international banks and other financial institutions in a wide range of leveraged transactions and/or large or middle market companies or funds in their financing needs. Strong financial, analytical, drafting and negotiation skills and an ability to work independently, with direct client contact, is important.

Our Global Finance group is distinguished by its broad range of capabilities, solid understanding of our clients’ objectives and practical approach to issues as they arise. We advise clients on all types of leveraged financings, from lower middle-market to multi-billion dollar facilities. We represent commercial and investment banks, institutional lenders, private equity sponsors, venture capital funds, mutual funds, hedge funds and corporate borrowers in secured and unsecured financings, cash flow and asset-based financings, subscription facilities and many other specialized credit arrangements.

Please visit our website to learn more about who we are and what we do.

Private Clients Associate

Our Private Clients Practice Group is seeking to hire a Fellow with approximately five to seven years of experience to join our growing team in our Boston, MA office.

The ideal candidate will have approximately five to seven years’ experience in estate planning for high net worth clients, representing individuals, trusts, partnerships, limited liability companies and corporations with respect to estate, income, and gift tax planning matters, as well as trust and estate administration. An L.L.M. degree in taxation is a plus, but a solid foundation in gift, estate and income tax planning is a necessity. Qualified candidates will be motivated self-starters with stellar academic credentials, superb judgement and communication skills, a commitment to excellence and the ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment.

Our nationally recognized Private Clients lawyers partner with individuals, families and business owners to craft their estate plans and achieve their management goals. The team develops and implements practical planning solutions geared to protect our clients, minimize taxes and preserve business and wealth through multiple generations.

Please visit our website to learn more about who we are and what we do.

Orrick

OnRamp Fellow posting coming soon!

Rock Creek Energy Group

OnRamp Fellow posting coming soon!

Silver Golub & Teitell (Hybrid - Stamford, New Haven, Hartford)

About Silver Golub & Teitell:

For over 50 years, Silver Golub & Teitell has positively impacted our community by representing plaintiffs in complex litigation and trials involving serious personal and financial injuries, including catastrophic medical malpractice, product liability, class actions, and other sophisticated civil cases. Although SGT is a firm with deep Connecticut roots, the cases it litigates have national implications. For example, SGT’s trial lawyers have represented victims of sexual abuse and assault, including numerous former participants in the Boy Scouts of America; SGT won a $12 million jury verdict on behalf a former Boy Scout. SGT also served as lead private counsel for the State of Connecticut from 1996-98 in its action against the American tobacco industry as part of the nationwide litigation, resulting in Connecticut receiving a $3.6 billion share of the $246 billion settlement, as well as a $370 million bonus attributable to SGT’s work. State of Connecticut v. Philip Morris, Inc., et al., No. X02-CV-960148414S. SGT also represented over 70 Connecticut municipalities that lost money as a result of the Enron scandal in Town of New Hartford, et al v. Connecticut Resources Recovery Authority, No. UWY-CV-04-0185580S, and has represented the retirement funds of the employees of the Town of Fairfield, Connecticut in actions seeking to cover investment losses suffered in connection with the Bernie Madoff fraud.

SGT’s commitment to helping families in cases involving birth injuries, failure to diagnose illness, wrongful death, and other catastrophic events, and the pursuit of accountability that goes with it, has resulted in significant monetary and emotional relief for our clients. As one of the leading trial firms in Connecticut, respected by defendants, plaintiffs, and judges, SGT has the luxury of carefully vetting each case before committing the Firm’s time, resources, and reputation. SGT is a small firm that does big things.

We are delighted to be participating with OnRamp for the first time. The qualities that we are looking for in a candidate include:

  • Strong desire to represent people facing difficult challenges – not corporations or insurance companies – in the context of high stakes litigation involving catastrophic events and other complex litigation
  • Strong academic background
  • Excellent writing and communication skills
  • At least 3 years of complex litigation experience, not necessarily in this field of practice
  • If no prior experience in this field, a strong desire and commitment to learn
  • Ability to stay organized, multi-task, and work independently

Depending on circumstances, this job can be partly remote. The firm’s headquarters is in downtown Stamford, CT, a short walk from the MetroNorth station. The firm also maintains offices in New Haven and Hartford.

Southern California Edison (Hybrid - Los Angeles)

OnRamp Fellow – Litigation

Become a Litigation Attorney at Southern California Edison (SCE) and build a better tomorrow. As an Attorney, you will handle a wide range of litigation matters for the company in a lead counsel role and will report to a Director/Managing Attorney. The successful candidate will be part of a team of attorneys assigned to a particular section of the Law Department but must be able to work independently as well. The candidate also must be able to direct and manage outside counsel retained to support the company’s legal needs. The successful candidate will represent SCE in state and federal court in tort litigation matters involving personal injury, property damage, and business loss claims. This position will also provide legal support to SCE Organizational Units and to Company Senior Management, while collaborating with other Company personnel on decisions that impact utility operations.

Your work will help power our planet, reduce carbon emissions and create cleaner air for everyone. Are you ready to take on the challenge to help us build the future?

A day in the life – Get ready to think big, work smart and shine bright!

  • Practice involves all forms of civil litigation and alternative dispute resolution, including filing and defending actions up to and including trial and appeal.
  • Practice may also include representation of company interests before state and federal agencies (e.g., the CPUC, FERC, and CalOSHA).
  • Advise client organizations in identifying and resolving tort-related legal, business and strategic issues.
  • Contributing to cross-functional or departmental projects and teams.
  • Direct and manage outside counsel retained to support the company’s legal needs.

Qualifications:

The essentials

  • Juris Doctor (J.D.) from a nationally recognized law school.
  • Current member in good standing of the State Bar of California, or willingness and ability to become accredited as such.
  • Three or more years of experience practicing litigation. Your combined experience can be at a law firm, corporate in-house setting, or government authority.

The preferred

  • Top academic credentials desired.
  • Experience in the utility or energy industry is preferred, but not required.
  • Experience interacting with federal, state, or local agencies.
  • Trial experience.
  • Strategic problem solver with strong analytical ability to provide legal advice within a business context.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills.
  • Ability to simultaneously manage a variety of assignments, work quickly and effectively under pressure, and prioritize activities and risk.
  • Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work effectively as part of a team including ability to promote positive collaboration within the legal team, with other Company personnel, and with outside counsel.  

OnRamp Fellow – Regulatory

Become a Regulatory Attorney at Southern California Edison (SCE) and build a better tomorrow. As an Attorney, you will handle a wide range of regulatory proceedings for the company in a lead counsel capacity and will report to a Director/Managing Attorney. The successful candidate will be part of a small team of attorneys assigned to a particular section of the Law Department but must be able to work independently as well. The candidate also must be able to direct and manage outside counsel retained to support the company’s legal needs. The successful candidate will be responsible for advising and representing the Company on complex regulatory, compliance and enforcement matters, including those arising under California and/or other state laws and regulations. A civil litigation background makes for excellent transferrable skills. This position will also provide legal support to SCE Organizational Units and to Company Senior Management, while collaborating with other Company personnel on decisions that impact utility operations.

Your work will help power our planet, reduce carbon emissions and create cleaner air for everyone. Are you ready to take on the challenge to help us build the future?

A day in the life – Get ready to think big, work smart and shine bright!

  • Advising internal client organizations regarding compliance with applicable federal, state, and local statutes, regulations and policies.
  • Representing the Company before regulatory and enforcement agencies, including the California Public Utilities Commission and Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on matters related to recovery of costs, rate design, and wildfire mitigation planning, and grid safety and support. Drafting and preparing regulatory filings, testimonies and reports and advocating company positions at hearings.
  • Working with SCE personnel in other departments and external third parties to gather information pertaining to highly complex legal, technical, and/or sensitive issues.
  • Contributing to cross-functional or departmental projects and teams.
  • Direct and manage outside counsel retained to support the company’s legal needs.

Qualifications:

The essentials

  • Juris Doctor (J.D.) from a nationally recognized law school.
  • Current member in good standing of the State Bar of California, or willingness and ability to become accredited as such.
  • Three or more years of experience practicing regulatory or general business litigation. Your combined experience can be at a law firm, corporate in-house setting, or government authority.

The preferred

  • Top academic credentials desired.
  • Experience in the utility or energy industry is preferred, but not required.
  • Experience interacting with federal, state, or local agencies.
  • Ability to independently handle proceedings as lead attorney in matters before regulatory agencies, such as the California Public Utilities Commission or the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, or first chair-level court experience.
  • Strategic problem solver with strong analytical ability to provide legal advice within a business context.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills.
  • Experience drafting and negotiating contracts.
  • Ability to simultaneously manage a variety of assignments, work quickly and effectively under pressure, and prioritize activities and risk.
  • Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work effectively as part of a team including ability to promote positive collaboration within the legal team, with other Company personnel, and with outside counsel.

You should know… (Applicable to all positions)

  • Work Mode: When a return-to-office date has been determined, this position’s work mode is hybrid.  The employee will report to an SCE facility for a set number of days with the option to work remotely on the remaining days.  Unless otherwise noted, employees are required to reside in the state of California.  Further details of this work mode will be discussed at the interview stage.
  • Visit our Candidate Resource page to get meaningful information related to benefits, perks, resources, testing information, hiring process, and more!
  • Relocation may apply to this position.

Testing

  • This position requires testing and applicants who are identified to continue through the selection process will be invited to test via email. Please access our Information Guides to reference test(s): Edison Individual Contributor Workstyles (Test 8203). Candidates who have previously passed these assessment(s), in some cases, may not need to retest again for this position.

About Southern California Edison

The people at SCE don’t just keep the lights on. Our mission is so much bigger. We’re fueling the kind of innovation that’s changing an entire industry, and quite possibly the planet. Join us and create a future with cleaner energy, while providing our customers with the safety and reliability they demand. At SCE, you’ll have a chance to grow personally and professionally, making a real impact in Southern California and around the world.

At SCE, we celebrate our differences. We are a proud Equal Opportunity Employer and will not discriminate based on race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, protected veteran status or any other protected status.

We are committed to ensuring that individuals with disabilities are provided reasonable accommodation to participate in the job application or interview process, to perform essential job functions, and to receive other benefits and privileges of employment. Please contact us to request accommodations at (833) 343-0727.

Thompson Coburn (Hybrid - Chicago, St. Louis, Dallas)

About Thompson Coburn

Thompson Coburn is a full-service, values-driven law firm with offices strategically located in Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles, New York, Southern Illinois, St. Louis and Washington, D.C. The firm represents a sophisticated client base — including Fortune 500, middle-market and emerging companies — across a range of practice areas and industry sectors.

Repeatedly ranked by general counsel as a Top 100 firm for client service based on the BTI Client Service A-Team report by BTI Consulting Group, the leading provider of strategic research to law firms and general counsel. Earned perfect scores in the Human Rights Campaign Corporate Equality Index and Best Places to Work Survey for 12 consecutive years.

Achieved “Gold Standard Certification” for nine consecutive years from the Women in Law Empowerment Forum (WILEF) for incorporating women into the highest levels of leadership.

Employee Benefits Associate – Chicago, St. Louis, or Dallas

Thompson Coburn is seeking an attorney with 2-6 years of employee benefits experience. The ideal candidates will have experience working with qualified retirement plans, self-funded health and welfare plans, exceptional academic achievement, strong analytical and writing skills, and the ability to function both independently and within a team environment. Expertise in non-qualified plans is preferred but not required.  An LL.M. degree in tax is a plus.

This position can be filled in Chicago, St. Louis, or Dallas. All candidates must currently be licensed to practice law in the state in which the office is located.

Bankruptcy Litigation – Dallas

Thompson Coburn is seeking an attorney with at least 5 years of bankruptcy litigation experience to join the Dallas office. The ideal candidate will have experience managing a case from inception to trial, including supervision of junior attorneys. Candidates must have strong analytical and writing skills, a detail-oriented mindset and the ability to function both independently and within a team environment. Bankruptcy clerkship experience is a plus. The Firm welcomes applicants who are self-starters, comfortable with client interaction and seeking career development and advancement opportunities. 

All candidates must currently be licensed to practice law in the state of Texas.

Private Client Associate – St. Louis

Thompson Coburn is seeking an associate attorney with up to 6 years of experience to join its Private Client practice group in St. Louis.  Ideal candidates will have experience with sophisticated estate planning matters including gift, estate, and related income tax planning, estate and trust administration, charitable planning and family business succession planning. Candidates must have strong academic achievement, and have demonstrated excellent analytical and writing skills.  In addition, candidates must have strong interpersonal skills enabling client development and networking.  The ability to function both independently and within a team is essential.

Candidates should be licensed to practice in Missouri.

There is no guarantee of an offer or employment in any of the participating organizations.

Please Note: To be considered for an OnRamp Fellowship at the above organizations, you must fulfill the eligibility requirements, be licensed to practice law in the U.S., and submit an application through the program. Applications submitted through an organization’s website will not be considered as part of the OnRamp program. To apply, visit our application site here.

 

 

Founding Law Firms

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A Note from the Fellowship Founder

A lot of smart people in the legal profession are focusing on how to retain women in the workforce. And for good reason — the number of female lawyers in law firms is declining and there continues to be a deficit of women and diverse lawyers in the leadership ranks within law firms and legal departments. But what about the highly qualified women and other lawyers who took a hiatus from our profession and want to come back? Why are we not also focusing our attention on that untapped pool of talented professionals?

As a 30-year talent management veteran in law, I understand the challenges faced by women in these fast-paced, demanding environments. When a third-year female associate in a law firm, for example, takes a job hiatus for several years to raise children, there is invariably a question about where she will fit in the law firm’s compensation and advancement structure upon her return. Many practice group leaders have asked me that precise question when I have presented them with similar lateral candidates. The even tougher questions that typically follow include: “How can we be certain that she has the skills to step right back in? And do we know for sure that she really wants to come back?"

None of these questions can be answered easily and confidently at the outset. That is why Goldman Sachs, Sara Lee, Credit Suisse, and others have been facilitating “Returnships” (trademarked by Goldman Sachs) for years. These re-entry platforms allow the returning professionals and the organizations to engage in a "try-out" to determine fit, while also giving the professionals a chance to strengthen their skills.

With the help of more than 20 talent experts and many innovative organizations, we have built our own unique version of the "Returnship" model — with a robust selection process and a comprehensive training and coaching component — in the legal profession. The goal is to provide returning women and other lawyers with additional experience and skills while helping law firms and legal departments replenish their talent pipeline with diverse, high-performers who have a desire to return to and advance in these organizations.

More than 3 million women left the workforce in the last few years, with the pandemic exacerbating the exodus further. We want to make sure the lawyers who left have a structured path back into law.

Click on applicants or organizations to learn about the benefits, the program infrastructure, and how to apply or join the effort.

Thanks to the wonderful support of everyone involved since OnRamp's inception in 2014, including the four founding firms mentioned above, we've already matched more than 115 returning women — one-third of whom are lawyers of color — with leading law firms, legal departments, and financial services firms.