Powers Law is proud to announce that it has received recognition for the 14th consecutive year in ‘Best Law Firms,’ an annual guide to the nation’s top law firms published by U.S. News and World Report and The Best Lawyers in America®.
In the 2024 edition of ‘Best Law Firms,’ Powers achieved a National Tier 1 ranking for Native American Law and a National Tier 2 ranking for Health Care Law. Additionally, the firm secured a Metro Tier 1 ranking for Health Care Law, Education Law, Native American Law, and Nonprofit/Charities Law in Washington, DC.
Powers had fifteen attorneys recognized in the Best Lawyers in America 2024, including Mark R. Fitzgerald, Sherry Gray, Brian Gunn, James M. Jorling, Paul Moorehead, Robert M. Portman, Robert J. Saner II, D. Benson Tesdahl, Peter Thomas, William H. von Oehsen III, Barbara Straub Williams, and Kevin J. Wadzinski. Leela Baggett, Fernando Montoya, and Mark Ogunsusi were all named to the Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch list.
Principal Sherry Gray was named 2024 Lawyer of the Year in Education Law in the Washington, DC metro area for the second time. She was named Lawyer of the Year in Education Law in 2020.
The annual ‘Best Law Firms’ publication highlights the leading legal practices in the United States, recognized for their professional excellence and consistently impressive client and peer ratings. To be eligible for consideration in ‘Best Law Firms,’ a firm must have at least one practicing attorney recognized by Best Lawyers, another highly selective publication. For more details on methodology and the selection process, visit bestlawfirms.com.
Powers Pyles Sutter & Verville (Powers) is a Washington, DC-based law and public policy firm with national healthcare, education, government relations, Indian tribal governments and nonprofit practices. Powers attorneys and professionals are nationally known for their extensive expertise in their practice areas and their commitment to client service.
Grace Williams, Marketing Specialist