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Lowenstein Sandler LLP

1251 Avenue of the Americas
New York, NY 10020
(212) 262-6700

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Lowenstein Sandler provides the stability, sustained growth, and depth of practice offered by traditional law firms, with all of the energy, entrepreneurial spirit, and agility of business innovators. We pride ourselves on empowering our lawyers by fostering diversity, inclusion, and pro bono work; and by giving them the tools and autonomy to grow their practices according to their individual strengths and interests. If you are seeking a professional community where you can apply your intellect, creativity, and diverse perspectives to cutting-edge legal work, we are eager to hear from you.

Firm Overview

Lowenstein Sandler is a national law firm with over 350 lawyers in New York, Palo Alto, New Jersey, Utah, and Washington, D.C.

The firm represents leaders in virtually every sector of the global economy, with particular emphasis on investment funds, life sciences, and technology. Recognized for its entrepreneurial spirit and high standard of client service, the firm is committed to the interests of its clients, colleagues, and communities.

Lowenstein Fast Facts

Lowenstein Sandler has grown at a rate that places it in the top tier of the legal industry. It has simultaneously evolved to become one of the best places to work in New York and New Jersey (according to Crain’s and NJBIZ), in addition to one of the best law firms for women nationally. We are committed to providing a diverse, equitable, and inclusive workplace that gives back through the efforts of the Lowenstein Center for the Public Interest and through public advocacy for causes that promote justice.



For over 10 years, we have continued this strong upward trajectory while maintaining our steadfast commitment to our clients, colleagues, and communities. Last year, Law.com reported that our growth in “gross revenue … [was] among the highest revenue growth rates in the second hundred [ranked firms].”


Lowenstein has maintained a strategic focus on key business sectors, including investment funds, life sciences, and technology.

  • Our Investment Management practice launched roughly 200 funds over the past three years across a wide variety of strategies and asset classes, with well over $20 billion AUM at launch.
  • This year our Venture Capital practice closed over 500 venture-backed deals involving some of today’s most innovative companies.
  • The Wall Street Journal ranked our Bankruptcy, Financial Reorganization & Creditors’ Rights practice among the top 10 nationwide.
  • Our Private Equity and M&A teams handled a record-breaking number of deals, including numerous large-scale, cross-border matters worth billions of dollars; these deals could not have been done without the expanding capabilities of our  Global Trade & Policy practice.Our Capital Markets & Securities team worked on public offering after public offering throughout the year–many in the life sciences space.
  • The Litigation group secured great outcomes for clients in the investment funds space, pharmaceuticals, and other industries.
  • Our award-winning Intellectual Property practice continued to help protect the intellectual property assets of some of America’s largest tech and life sciences companies.
  • In the past two years, our Tech Group has helped create hundreds of new businesses and closed more than 1,000 growth equity, angel, and private equity investments.


Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

Our success as a firm is directly linked to our ability to create a community that is diverse, inclusive, and appreciative of differing points of view. From our roots as members of the Lawyers Commission for Civil Rights to serving as co-founders of the New Jersey Institute for Social Justice, inclusivity is a part of Lowenstein Sandler’s DNA.

Our internal policies include expansive parental leave for opposite-sex and same-sex couples, domestic partner benefits, an on-ramping period following return from parental leave, and flexible work arrangements that respect our employees’ individual work-life demands. Currently, 22 percent of our non-partner attorneys are in alternative career path roles. Remote work, or telecommuting, is available to attorneys. Attorneys also enjoy unlimited vacation time.

Lowenstein’s Employee Resource Groups (ERG) provide forums for career development, personal enrichment, community service, and fellowship. Celebrating cultural and social diversity, our Diversity Leadership Network, LGBTQ Alliance, and Women’s Initiative Network offer exciting programming and a space for authentic engagement for members, the firm, and the community. The Lowenstein Parents Network serves both attorneys and staff and provides much valued support, advice, and resources for the group’s members. The newest ERG, the Women’s Enrichment Initiative, provides professional development and networking opportunities for the firm’s women Business Resource Group members.

Diversity and inclusion training is regularly offered by the firm, touching on a variety of diversity-related topics (e.g., unconscious bias, challenges in the workplace for diverse lawyers).

Learn more on our Diversity, Equity & Inclusion page.

Professional Development

The firm is committed to assisting its employees in building their skills and careers and providing effective processes for accomplishing this. Lowenstein University (LSU) offers all employees convenient on-site opportunities to learn, broaden skills, share knowledge, and leverage the many resources the firm provides so that they can work more efficiently and effectively. Our Peer-to-Peer Mentoring Program pairs each new attorney with a mentor who answers career questions, helps him or her integrate into the firm, and acquaints the attorney with firm culture and procedures.

Pro Bono

The Lowenstein Center for the Public Interest

From its founding, Lowenstein Sandler has been committed to advancing the public interest. Now in its 11th year, the Lowenstein Center for the Public Interest remains a robust advocate for individuals, organizations, and communities in need. The center collaborates with a wide array of organizations in providing pro bono legal services for:

•  Immigrant children 

•  Low-income entrepreneurs and inventors

•  Asylum seekers 

•  Nonprofits 

•  Tenants fighting eviction 

•  Low-income debtors

•  Survivors of domestic violence 

•  Transgender individuals 

•  Veterans 

•  People with low-level criminal convictions 

With the new challenge of the COVID-19 crisis, the firm continues to work with our nonprofit partners to advocate for those who will be hardest hit. For more information, please visit the center’s COVID-19 Response page.