“Fewer meetings more law …”
That’s how Law Week Colorado described Sherman & Howard in its 2003 article “Does This Man Run Denver’s Most Profitable Big Law Firm?” and it remains true to this day.
If you dig law firm administration, bureaucracy and committees, Sherman & Howard is probably not the right fit for you. Unlike most firms our size or larger, Sherman & Howard attorneys are free to do what they love: serve our clients by practicing law at the highest level. If you spend an inordinate amount of time in committee meetings rather than client meetings, perhaps you should consider joining Sherman & Howard.
Because lawyers at Sherman & Howard are committed to providing our clients with the highest quality legal services attainable our focus is on recruiting and retaining the very best attorneys, paralegals and staff.
What former Chief Executive Mike Sanchez said in 2003 is just as relevant today: “We’re still looking for high quality lawyers who want a change of pace in the way they practice law. Our model is appealing to them. We’re still looking for people to contact us, and add to the grand experiment we’ve been conducting.”
Staying Power: noun = ability or strength to last or endure; endurance; stamina.
Sherman & Howard has staying power. Why? Because since 1892 Sherman & Howard has recognized that the value of a law firm is only as strong as the people who make up that firm and support our families, our community and our environment. It is this recognition that allows us to enjoy our lives at and away from work along with the natural beauty, cultural and recreational opportunities our regions have to offer. Finally, we are committed to nurturing Sherman & Howard into our next sesquicentennial in recognition of the talent, effort, and generosity of the outstanding lawyers who built this Firm before us and entrusted it to our care.