Firm Ranks #1 in Alabama, Louisiana and Tennessee; Also Ranked in Mississippi and South Carolina by “Southern Political Report”
Southern Political Report released its list of “The South’s Top Government Affairs Firms and Lobbyists.” The law firm of Adams and Reese placed #1 in the states of Alabama, Louisiana and Tennessee and also ranked in the top five in Mississippi and South Carolina.
Adams and Reese has a long-standing reputation as one of the region’s prominent Government Relations firms now with 16 offices in 15 markets across the Southern United States and Washington, D.C.
According to Adams and Reese Managing Partner and long-time government relations lawyer, Gif Thornton, “Adams and Reese is honored to be recognized atop these rankings in five states. It speaks to the hard work and dedication of our entire Government Relations Team, working together to build a strong presence throughout our regional footprint. We also appreciate the trust our clients place in us to advance their interests before state and local governments all over the South.”
Southern Political Report states that their rankings of “The South’s Top Government Affairs Firms and Lobbyists” are based on the results of an online survey sent to lobbyists and government affairs specialists across 13 Southern states. In addition, top lawyers and lobbyists were consulted to make sure the rankings for each Southern state were as comprehensive and accurate as possible.
Adams and Reese is a multidisciplinary law firm with nearly 300 attorneys and advisors strategically located in 16 offices in 15 markets throughout the southern United States and Washington, D.C. American Lawyer includes Adams and Reese on its distinguished list of the nation's top law firms - "The Am Law 200". The National Law Journal also includes the firm on the "NLJ 350" list of the nation's largest law firms.
Adams and Reese has offices in the cities of Baton Rouge and New Orleans, LA; Birmingham and Mobile, AL; Columbia, SC; Houston, TX; Jackson, MS; Memphis and Nashville, TN; Jacksonville, Sarasota, St. Petersburg, Tampa and Tallahassee, FL; and Washington, D.C.