The magazine, Construction Executive, recently rated the top construction law firms in the United States. We are pleased to announce that our firm was rated as number one in Oregon and Alaska and number two in the state of Washington behind Perkins Coie, LLP. In its inaugural ranking, Construction Executive reached out to hundreds of law firms nationwide with a dedicated construction practice to determine who the industry leaders were. Ahlers Cressman & Sleight ranked 22nd overall in the United States among all construction law firms.
This survey considered revenues from each of the law firm’s construction practices, the number of lawyers in the firm’s construction practice, the percentage of the firm’s total revenues derived from construction practice, the number of states in which the firm is licensed to practice and the year in which the construction practice was established.
In Washington, as indicated, our firm ranked number two behind Perkins Coie, LLP. The Perkins Coie firm with 590 lawyers and offices in 16 states and 3 international locations, focuses its practice on the representation of public works construction owners. Our firm’s practice is dedicated to representation of general contractors, developers, subcontractors and some owner organizations. So, in our view, we are also the top rated construction firm representing contractors, subcontractors and developers in Washington, Oregon and Alaska! ? Being ranked as the top firm in Oregon and Alaska and the second firm in Washington is witness to the many dedicated members of this firm who have devoted their law practice to representing the interests of their construction clients and the construction industry.
We share this accomplishment with our clients and industry partners who have put their trust and faith in us. Without you this achievement would not have been possible. In addition, the honor of being ranked 22nd in the United States is shared by the firm’s hardworking staff of professionals, including administrative staff, legal assistants, paralegals and law clerks.
A link to the article and full list of construction firms can be found here.