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Legal 500 US Recognizes 37 Wiley Rein Lawyers Across Six Practice Areas Nationally

June 3, 2019

Washington, DC — In its 2019 edition, The Legal 500 US ranks 37 Wiley Rein lawyers across six practices as among the best in the country. Five of those individuals are named to the elite “Leading Lawyers” list, and the firm’s Government Contracts Practice and Telecom, Media & Technology (TMT) Practice for Regulatory work have earned the prestigious top-tier ranking. The TMT Practice is also “Recommended” nationwide for its Transactional work.

Government Contracts Practice co-chairs Paul F. Khoury and Scott M. McCaleb and partner Rand L. Allen, who are “Recommended,” also are recognized as “Leading Lawyers” for Government Contracts. Wiley Rein Chairman Emeritus and TMT Partner Richard E. Wiley, and TMT Practice co-chair Kathleen A. Kirby, are named “Leading Lawyers” for Telecoms and Broadcast: Regulatory. Ms. Kirby is also “Recommended” for Telecoms and Broadcast: Transactional.

In addition, the firm’s Appellate, Insurance, International Trade, and White Collar Defense & Government Investigations practices are “Recommended” nationwide.  

Four Wiley Rein attorneys who are “Recommended” are also named “Next Generation Lawyers”:

Three Wiley Rein attorneys who are “Recommended” are also recognized as “Rising Stars”:

The following attorneys are also “Recommended” in related practice areas:

The Legal 500 US directory aims to provide independent, unbiased commentary on the leading law firms and lawyers in the most important legal marketplaces in the world. The research for the editorial sections is based on the combined opinions of the many lawyers interviewed, commentary from corporate clients, and analysis of deals and contentious issues.

To see the complete 2019 rankings, please click here.

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