Press Release

Chambers USA Recognizes 31 Wiley Rein Attorneys Across 13 Practice Areas as Among Best in the Country

May 27, 2016

Washington, DC — The 2016 edition of Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business recognizes 31 Wiley Rein attorneys across 13 areas of law. Of the firm’s practice areas that are ranked by Chambers USA, five place in the prestigious top tier: The Election Law & Government Ethics and Government Contracts practices are ranked nationwide and the Insurance Practice is ranked in Washington, DC;  the Telecom, Media & Technology Practice is also ranked in Washington, DC, in two categories (Media & Entertainment: Regulatory and Telecom, Broadcast & Satellite). 

The firm’s Franchise, International Trade, and Privacy teams were ranked as leading practices nationwide and the Intellectual Property Group was ranked as a leading practice in Washington, DC. Additionally, the firm was featured in a Spotlight table for “Privacy Data Security: Health Care.” 

The rankings for Wiley Rein attorneys, based on interviews with its clients and members of the legal community, are listed below.



Chambers and Partners conducts research for their directories, including Chambers USA, using more than 140 full-time researchers who interview thousands of attorneys and clients around the world. According to Chambers, “This intensive, continuous research identifies the world’s leading practitioners and law firms—those which perform best according to the criteria most valued by clients.”

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Maria Woehr Aronson
Director of Communications

Molly Peterson
Senior Communications Manager

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