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Scott Weaver Named One of The Hill’s ‘Top Lobbyists’ for Fifth Consecutive Year

December 3, 2021

Washington, DC – Wiley, a preeminent Washington, DC law firm, is pleased to announce that Public Policy Practice chair Scott Weaver has been named one of The Hill’s “Top Lobbyists” of 2021. This is the fifth consecutive year Weaver has been recognized.

“In one of the busiest years on record for the D.C. influence world, these are the people who wielded their connections and knowledge most effectively for their clients,” The Hill noted in a press release.

Weaver has been at the forefront of historic activities at all levels of the federal government, counseling corporations, innovators, trade associations, and nonprofit organizations on how to navigate the highly volatile and complex nature of the Washington, DC landscape. As both a senior staffer on Capitol Hill and an executive in the private sector, he has helped develop numerous landmark pieces of legislation and multipronged advocacy plans.

Throughout his career, Weaver has worked closely with members of Congress on both sides of the aisle, as well as congressional committee and leadership staff, government agencies, and the Executive branch. He regularly assists clients with legislative priorities regarding transportation, health care, homeland security, financial services, tax, labor, environmental, appropriations, and telecommunications issues.

Weaver previously served as vice president of Government and Political Affairs for Airports Council International – North America; chief of staff for former Rep. Katherine Harris (R-FL); and policy advisor for former Rep. John Sullivan (R-OK). He also played key roles in several Republican House, Senate, gubernatorial, and presidential races.

To see The Hill’s full list of 2021 honorees, please click here.

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