Our partners have experience in massive institutions.
We’ve worked in the most powerful law firms in the country. We’ve worked for the federal government. If we wanted to, we could work there again. And, while we’re proud of the work we’ve done for Goliath, we also know and appreciate the particular joy of representing David.
We represent people under attack.
We represent people under attack—by the federal government, by their universities, and by others in their profession. We sue other lawyers when they wrong their clients, because it’s the right thing to do. We don’t practice law to be popular, and we know how to fight back.
Our clients trust us with the most precious things they have: their good names.
Our clients’ problems affect their families, their finances, and their futures. We do this work because we believe there is something sacred about standing with someone when the stakes are high. In the end, our clients trust us with the most precious things they have: their good names.
We are litigators.
We represent people in court or when they’re worried about finding themselves in court. We represent clients in Washington, D.C., across the country, and around the globe.
We practice for the only meaningful reason—to help our clients.
We take our clients’ problems and make them our own. We join them in the trenches. When a client’s case isn’t going well, we lose sleep. When a client wins, we celebrate with them. The law is best when it’s a service profession; we practice to serve.
We’re experienced advocates in paper and in person.
We’re comfortable in courtrooms, but recognize that some of our clients’ most meaningful victories come from persuading the other side in a hallway or a conference room.