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Wiley Named an “Enduring Influence” by The National Law Journal

October 31, 2003

Washington, DC—The National Law Journal has recognized Wiley Rein & Fielding Managing Partner Richard E. Wiley as an enduring influence in the practice of law.

In 1985, The National Law Journal began publishing its "Profiles in Power," naming 100 "men and women who stand out from the crowd as this country’s most powerful lawyers" in "their ability to wield force, authority, or influence." Renamed "Most Influential Lawyers in America," the feature was published in 1988, 1991, 1994, 1997 and 2000.

This year The National Law Journal recognized 13 attorneys who have been featured on the list at least five times. Mr. Wiley is one of four attorneys to be recognized all six times the list has been published.

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