Star Tribune Top Workplaces 2010
Gray Plant Mooty
- Employees in region:
- HQ location:
- Minneapolis, MN
Gray Plant Mooty is a full-service law firm with approximately 170 attorneys providing comprehensive legal services to businesses and individuals from offices in Minneapolis and St. Cloud, Minnesota and Washington, DC. Gray Plant Mooty is an approachable, smart, and progressive law firm that is committed to community service. Gray Plant Mooty traces its roots to 1866, when Charles Woods opened a one-man office in Minneapolis specializing in local real estate. That makes us the oldest continuing law practice in Minneapolis, and one of the most successful.
In addition, we strive to make a positive difference in our communities through involvement in a variety of charitable organizations and pro bono activities. Our culture encourages collaboration and values every team member's contributions. We provide an environment where employees have a sense of belonging, provide and receive support, and benefit from an atmosphere of generosity in which all employees, regardless of differences, are respected, encouraged, and enabled to achieve their greatest potential.
“The caring people.”
“The people in this organization genuinely care about one another and about our clients.”
“Morale is very high. It is a place where truly good people work; integrity and family life are valued as is community service.”
“I enjoy the daily challenges. I am given opportunities to grow in skill and legal acumen. I am supported in my endeavors.”
“It allows me to grow professionally, be paid fairly, work on challenging matters, and work with people I genuinely enjoy.”
“of the people I work with and the respectful values they exhibit.”
“The firm is honest and forthright with us regarding its economic future. We have regular meetings to keep us posted on things like that, and it is really appreciated.”
“I enjoy the people I work with, the work I do is challenging and satisfying, and I have the flexibility to balance my job with my other life interests and pursuits. ”