GALLAGHER & KENNEDY ACHIEVES TOP RANKINGS IN CHAMBERS USA
PHOENIX, Ariz. (May 17, 2018) – 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 2018, 5 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. In addition, Gallagher & Kennedy’s New Mexico office was ranked for its Environment, Natural Resources & Regulated Industries practice area.
The firm received the following “Leading Individual” rankings for Arizona attorneys:
- Stanton Curry – Environment (including water rights)
- 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)
- Kevin E. O’Malley – Litigation: General Commercial
- Dana Stagg Belknap – Real Estate: Zoning/Land Use
- Terence W. Thompson – Corporate/M&A
The firm received the following “Leading Individual” rankings for New Mexico attorneys:
- Dalva L. Moellenberg –Environment, Natural Resources & Regulated Industries
- 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.
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.