Hawkins Attorneys Recognized In The Best Lawyers in America 2019 List
Hawkins is pleased to announce that six attorneys were named by their peers to the Best Lawyers in America 2019 list.
Harvey Rogers and Ann Sherman were recognized by their peers as a Best Lawyers 2019 "Lawyer of the Year" in the practice area of Municipal Law in Portland-OR.
Hawkins attorneys named to the Best Lawyers in America 2019 list include:
|Martin A. Geiger||Public Finance Law|
|Howard Zucker||Public Finance Law, Corporate Law|
|Carol J. McCoog||Public Finance Law|
|Harvey W. Rogers||Public Finance Law, Municipal Law|
|Ann L. Sherman||Public Finance Law|
|John M. McNally||Public Finance Law|
Best Lawyers is the only purely peer-review guide to the legal profession. Lawyers named to The Best Lawyers in America are recognized by their peers in the legal industry for their professional excellence in 145 practice areas. For more information visit https://www.bestlawyers.com/
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