Business Journal Names Wyrick Robbins a ‘Best Place to Work’

Wyrick Robbins, a leading North Carolina law firm with a diversified practice solving complex legal issues for businesses and individuals, has been named by the Triangle Business Journal to its annual list of Best Places to Work. Fifty winners, spanning a wide range of industries including technology, construction, life sciences, professional services, manufacturing, and finance, were chosen based on a confidential employee-survey process conducted by an independent third party.

“These 50 companies have demonstrated the belief that happy employees produce successful and thriving businesses,” said Jason Christie, TBJ Publisher and Market President.

The firm’s managing partner, Todd Eveson, commented, “This recognition, and the success of our firm in general, is a direct result of the exceptional people who work at Wyrick Robbins. Their commitment to superior client service, and to our collaborative and supportive team culture, is what sets us apart from other law firms.”

The news comes as the firm continues to grow to meet client demand, recently making key hires in the Commercial Real Estate, Corporate, Privacy & Data Security, and Trusts & Estates practices.

Critical to the firm’s growth strategy is prioritizing its people. Just one example of that is the rollout of the firm’s new Health Coaching program. In partnership with WakeMed, the firm is offering every employee free, confidential access to certified health coaches for support related to common concerns such as fitness, emotional health, stress reduction and more.

About Wyrick Robbins

Wyrick Robbins is a full-service law firm with a collaborative culture and a focus on growth-oriented businesses.  The firm handles financial and corporate transactions, commercial litigation, and other legal needs for a diverse range of clients. With four core practices including Corporate, Litigation, Commercial Real Estate, and Tax/Trusts & Estates, our clients range from individuals to start-up and early-stage companies to established companies, both privately owned and publicly held.