Anderson Kill is committed to attracting and promoting women attorneys by creating an open, professional environment in which they can thrive based on merit and creativity. Anderson Kill’s women attorneys play an integral role in the firm's leadership, including two attorneys who serve as managing partners of Anderson Kill’s Philadelphia, PA office and the Washington, D.C. office.
The firm has long been committed to promoting the advancement of women in the law and Anderson Kill’s women attorneys are luminaries in their practice fields and their communities. Managing partner of the firm’s Washington, D.C. office, Rhonda D. Orin, for example, has authored an array of publications and has been the featured guest on a number of television and radio shows. She authored the book, "Making Them Pay: How to Get the Most from Health Insurance and Managed Care," St. Martin's Press, (April 2001), which is on The Wall Street Journal's list of the six "Best Health Books," WSJ (November 19, 2002).
Anderson Kill is a diverse work place that takes pride in its “work-life” ethic. Our goal is to continue to employ, mentor, nurture and promote qualified attorneys irrespective of gender, race, religion or sexual orientation who are committed to providing outstanding legal services for our clients. We are proud of the fact that our attorneys – men and women – have been recognized among the very best attorneys in the country. In keeping with that culture and tradition, the firm has made it a priority to ensure that Anderson Kill’s women attorneys have the tools and support necessary to maximize their potential as outstanding attorneys and become leaders at the firm, in the profession and in the community.