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Invest in your future by joining one of the fastest-growing law firms in the United States. HBS offers opportunities for career advancement, plus an internal mentoring program and the HBS University professional development program to accelerate your career path.


Continuously recognized as a Top Workplace, one of the Best and Brightest Companies to Work For®, and more, HBS is committed to cultivating an environment of inclusion, professional advance, and success for every person at our firm. We are dedicated to providing a cohesive and productive work environment in which our different cultures, backgrounds, ethnicities, and perspectives are communicated, understood, and embraced to enrich our employees and best serve our clients.


At HBS, we have the highest commitment to excellence in serving our clients. We recognize that achieving this goal every day requires an environment that supports and enriches the lives of all who work here. Through teamwork, a culture of respect and commitment, and a joint quest to achieve our vision, we are a leading employer of choice across the Southeast.


HBS expects quality work, dedication, and professionalism from all our attorneys and staff, and we extend those values to our approach in serving clients. Our family-like culture is relaxed, considerate, and cheerful. We thrive in an atmosphere of mutual respect and consideration that promotes camaraderie, collegiality, and collaboration. When we notice that a colleague could use an extra set of hands, we pitch in and help without being asked.

HBS has a culture of accentuating the positive. Based on the book Whale Done by Ken Blanchard, the firm created an internal positive reinforcement initiative called the Whale Done Program.  Each new employee is given a copy of the book to learn about how they can contribute to our culture of positive reinforcement and redirection of negative situations.

As part of the Whale Done Program, we encourage and applaud employees and attorneys of every level when they exemplify top performance by going above and beyond. There is no limit to how many employees receive Whale Done gifts, or how often.

Professional Growth

From senior partners to managers to the newest staff member or associate who just joined the firm, HBS continuously seeks opportunities for professional and personal growth for all of our employees.

HBS maintains an active Women’s Forum, which conducts seminars and events throughout the year designed to provide team building, networking, and professional growth opportunities for our female attorneys and clients.

Our Mentoring Program helps those associates who are at the dawn of their careers establish and cultivate strong relationships within the firm to facilitate the professional, business, and personal development of all participating HBS attorneys.

We also have an Associate Committee that encourages attorneys to learn from each other, build stronger relationships and share ideas and strategies among peers.

Our Legal Secretary and Paralegal training program offers the opportunity for those new to or transitioning into a legal services environment for on-the-job training. Experienced team members are assigned to work with the new employee to train the basic duties of the various roles.

Work Environment

HBS expects quality work, dedication, and professionalism from all of our attorneys and staff, and we extend those values to our approach in serving clients. We thrive in an atmosphere of mutual respect and consideration that promotes camaraderie and teamwork. Diversity and inclusion are paramount, and we apply the same ingenuity, dedication, and effort to providing equal opportunity for employment and advancement as we do to solving complex legal issues for clients. Decisions are made without regard to race, religion, gender, age, marital status, disability, national origin, or veteran status.

Work-Life Balance

Ensuring work-life balance for our employees is important at HBS. We offer flexible work schedules to accommodate individual needs and provide opportunities for attorneys to work part-time yet remain on a partnership track.