Legal Recruiting

Legal Recruiting Contacts


Member and Senior Counsel

Dykema does not accept unsolicited submissions for lateral member or senior counsel opportunities from search / placement agencies unless a signed fee agreement is on file. Agencies are welcome to request approval for a submission by emailing a blind summary of candidate to the recruiting contact with a request to engage. Submissions by search agencies to those other than recruiting contacts will not constitute acceptance of candidate or contact.

  • Mary Beth Walsh, Director of Lateral Recruiting
    • Steven Gistenson, Lateral Recruiting Member

 
Associate/Law Student/Staff Attorney 

Dykema does not accept unsolicited submissions for associate and staff attorney opportunities from search / placement agencies (with or without a contract with our firm). Agencies are welcome to request approval for a submission by emailing a blind summary of candidate to the recruiting contact with a request to engage. Applications submitted to our online application system by search agencies will not be accepted. Submissions by search agencies to those other than recruiting contacts will not constitute acceptance of candidate or contact.

For California, Michigan, Minnesota and Washington, D.C. offices:

  • Sarah Staup, Director of Professional Personnel
    • Lisa A. Brown, Hiring Member 

For Illinois office:

  • Justine Lewis, Senior Manager, Recruiting and Professional Development
    • Melanie Chico, Hiring Member

For Texas offices:

  • Anna Whitener, Recruiting and Professional Development Manager
    • Nicholas Monaghan, Hiring Member

 
Paralegals

Dykema does not accept unsolicited submissions for paralegal opportunities from search / placement agencies (with or without a contract with our firm). Agencies are welcome to request approval for a submission by emailing a blind summary of candidate to the recruiting contact with a request to engage.

 
EEO Policy

It is Dykema’s policy to provide employment opportunities to qualified applicants and employees on an equal basis without regard to the individual’s age, race, color, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, religion, national origin, marital status, domestic partner relationship, physical characteristics, disability, or other protected characteristic under applicable federal, state or local laws or ordinances. Dykema will make reasonable efforts to accommodate the known disabilities of employees who are otherwise qualified to perform the essential functions of the jobs involved.

It is the responsibility of every individual concerned with personnel actions, including management, supervision, recruiting, compensation, benefits, promotions, work assignments and training, to ensure that these activities are administered consistent with the Firm’s goal of furthering the principle of equal employment opportunity.