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Wiley Rein is now Wiley. We’ve shortened our name because we’re more focused than ever. In the era of the megafirm touting its global addresses, we took a fundamentally different approach. We possess a focused mindset, a single location, an elite collection of practices and a total mastery of all things DC.
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Our location and practices may be focused, but our impact is felt everywhere. It reverberates in headlines, is quoted in precedents, and, most importantly for our clients, it’s reflected in their advancement.
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In the spotlight.
Kendra was elected President-Elect of the Washington Bar Association (WBA), the oldest and largest African American bar association in the District of Columbia. Following her one-year term in this role, she will serve as WBA President for the 2021-2022 term.
Dot, co-chair of Wiley’s Health Care Practice, has been selected to serve as a prestigious Fellow by the American Health Law Association for her distinguished career and leadership in the field of health law.
Megan, partner in Telecom, Media & Technology Practice, was recently elected Co-Chair of the Board of Trustees for the Federal Communications Bar Association Foundation, for a one-year term beginning July 1.
Anna, a partner in the TMT Practice and co-chair of the Unmanned Aircraft Systems Practice, will serve as Treasurer of the Federal Communications Bar Association (FCBA) for the one-year term starting July 1.