Jones Day has a history of more than 125 years and a culture of client service and professionalism based on explicit shared values. These values include providing pro bono legal services, building diversity in our profession, and supporting outreach efforts around the world.
Jones Day has a long history of, and commitment to, pro bono work public service, and community involvement in all of our locations around the world. Because of that commitment, pro bono and public service matters are undertaken by Jones Day are provided at the same level of attention and professional dedication that we provide to matters undertaken on behalf of paying clients.
At Jones Day you’ll see lawyers from diverse backgrounds leading client engagements, practice groups, and offices around the world. We are committed to recruiting, retaining, and advancing highly qualified diverse lawyers and have set priorities in entry-level recruitment, lateral recruitment, development and retention of minority and female lawyers, and diversity mentoring, training, and awareness.
The Jones Day Foundation, established in 1987, is a nonprofit organization funded by Jones Day’s lawyers and staff. The Foundation’s mission is to financially support efforts that include promoting the rule of law in developing countries, fostering innovation in academics, medicine and the arts, improving the living conditions and economic opportunities for people in impoverished settings (particularly children and women), and providing support and comfort to people suffering from natural and other disasters around the world.