Powers is pleased to announce that it has earned recognition for the 12th 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 2022 edition of “Best Law Firms,” Powers received a national tier 1 ranking for Native American Law and a national tier 2 ranking for Health Care Law. The firm also received a regional tier 1 ranking for Native American Law, Health Care Law, Education Law, and Nonprofit/Charities law.
The annual “Best Law Firms” publication is a list of the top legal practices in the United States, recognized for professional excellence and consistently impressive ratings from clients and peers. Only firms that have had at least one practicing attorney recognized by Best Lawyers, another highly selective publication, are considered eligible for consideration in “Best Law Firms.” Powers had fourteen attorneys recognized by Best Lawyers 2022.
Principal Sherry Gray was recognized for education law; Principals Mark Fitzgerald, Diane Millman, Barbara Straub Williams, Ron Connelly, Rob Portman and Jim Jorling, along with Senior Counsel Jim Pyles and Mary Susan Philp were recognized for healthcare law; and Principals Brian Gunn, Paul Moorehead and Kevin Wadzinski were recognized for Native American Law. Healthcare Associate Mark Ogunsusi was selected for Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch, awarded to those attorneys who are junior in their career, for outstanding professional excellence in private practice.
To see the full list of the 2022 “Best Law Firms” rankings, visit https://bestlawfirms.usnews.com/.
Powers Pyles Sutter & Verville (Powers) is a Washington, DC-based law firm with national healthcare, education, government relations, Indian tribal governments, nonprofit and employment law practices. Powers attorneys and professionals are nationally known for their extensive expertise in their practice areas and their commitment to client service. For more information, follow us on Twitter at @PowersLawFirm or visit www.PowersLaw.com. If you wish to receive Power Play: Washington Week in Review®, our weekly healthcare newsletter, sign up here.