Gallagher & Kennedy Attorneys & Practice Areas Recognized by Chambers USA 2017

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Gallagher & Kennedy Attorneys & Practice Areas Recognized by Chambers USA 2017

The law firm of Gallagher & Kennedy is proud to announce that it has again been ranked by Chambers & Partners, publishers of Chambers USA: America's Leading Lawyers for Business, among the best firms in Arizona and New Mexico. For 2017, five practice areas and 10 individual attorneys were recognized.

Among Arizona law firms, Gallagher & Kennedy achieved a Band 1 ranking, Chambers USA’s highest recognition, in the Environment (including water rights) practice area and was ranked as a leading law firm in the areas of Real Estate: Zoning/Land Use, Litigation: General Commercial, and Corporate/M&A. Gallagher & Kennedy’s New Mexico office made its first appearance in the rankings, appearing in Band 3 for its Environment, Natural Resources & Regulated Industries practice area.

The following attorneys earned “Leading Individual” rankings:

  • J. Stanton Curry – Environment (including water rights)
  • D. Lee Decker – Environment (including water rights)
  • Michael K. Kennedy – Litigation: General Commercial
  • David P. Kimball III – Environment (including water rights)
  • Chris S. Leason – Environment (including water rights)
  • Dalva L. Moellenberg - Environment, Natural Resources & Regulated Industries
  • Kevin E. O’Malley – Litigation: General Commercial
  • Dana Stagg Belknap – Real Estate: Zoning/Land Use
  • Terence W. Thompson – Corporate/M&A
  • Anthony Trujillo-  Environment, Natural Resources & Regulated Industries

David P. Kimball (Arizona) and Dalva L. Moellenberg (New Mexico) received a Band 1 ranking in their respective practice areas. 

About Chamber USA

Chambers USA is an annual ranking which assesses each law firm and attorney on technical legal ability, professional conduct, client service, commercial awareness/astuteness, diligence, commitment and other qualities most valued by their clients. Additionally, independent interviews with clients and confidential submissions of law firms are part of the Chambers research and evaluation process.