We love coming to work every day, and it shows. At Meunier Carlin & Curfman, administrative professionals are critical to the firm’s success.

Our collaborative work culture has its roots in our own startup beginnings, when everyone’s contribution was crucial. As an established firm, MCC continues to depend on its professional staff of administrative assistants, paralegals, and docketing, finance, and IT professionals to work hand-in-hand with our attorneys and advisors to fulfill our mission of delivering top service to our clients.

How do our team members describe our culture?

  • “Hands on.”
  • “Team-oriented.”
  • “Friendly.”
  • “Vibrant.”
  • “Roll up your sleeves.”
  • And perhaps most telling: our administrative professionals are “encouraged to take on bigger tasks that they may never have taken on before.”


The MCC culture is rooted in personal and communal expectations rather than rules – where administrative professionals are directly involved in work for our clients and know that our clients’ deadlines, needs, and successes are of paramount concern.

Many job candidates are intrigued by MCC because our modern work environment does not conform to the traditional law firm culture, found elsewhere, of a conventional divide between lawyers and non-lawyers. At MCC, paperless work is the norm. Casual dress is standard operating procedure. And casual dress goes hand-in-hand with a strong work ethic.

Professional and Personal Prosperity

We believe that professional and personal prosperity are not mutually exclusive, but are two sides of the same coin. While our team members work hard, we stress the importance of achieving a healthy work-life balance for everyone in the firm, where professional success is built on proper care and attention to personal and family needs. MCC supports families in a variety of ways. We accommodate, for example, employees who need to care for a new baby or a family member suffering from an illness. We also encourage family involvement with fun events and parties throughout the year.

At MCC, we recognize and celebrate our differences, understanding that there is no cookie-cutter model for success or life. Our firm values diversity and administers its personnel practices, including recruitment, hiring, promotions, and other terms and conditions of employment, in a manner that does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, disability, sex, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, veteran status, or status in any group protected by federal, state, or local law.

Personal well-being and professional satisfaction are also the results of our connection with our communities. We are grateful to be a part of the great work of organizations both in our home base of Georgia and across the globe. Our involvement ranges from packing lunches for kids in need and delivering holiday food baskets to fundraising in support of cures for diseases.

Learning and Professional Development

While education is integral to our mission of serving our clients, we put a premium on the character and natural capabilities of everyone at our firm. We believe that with the right mix of guidance, formal training, hands-on learning, and a professional attitude, employees will be able to reach their aspirations. We consider it a victory for both the employee and MCC when our staff members are able to develop their career paths and get promoted within the firm.

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Employee Benefits

MCC offers competitive salaries, vacation, and insurance benefits for all full-time employees. Benefits available to full-time administrative professionals include:

  • Paid Time Off (PTO) and Paid Holidays
  • Health Insurance
  • Life and Disability Insurance
  • Dental Insurance
  • Vision Insurance
  • Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA)
  • 401k Savings Plan
  • Competitive Leave Policies (e.g., parental leave)
  • Work/Life Benefits (e.g., On-Ramping, Telecommuting, or Part-Time Scheduling)