Whether observing a case at the Supreme Court, eating at a Georgetown bistro, catching a Broadway musical at the National Theater or visiting one of the area's many museums, monuments, parks or historical landmarks, Washington, D.C., provides residents and visitors with a wealth of social and cultural treasures.
The Washington metropolitan area has experienced tremendous growth in the last decade, especially in high-tech industries. Many new businesses and Fortune 500 corporations now make their homes in Greater Washington.
The area's broad and diverse selection of public and private schools provides residents with superb educational opportunities. The metropolitan area is home to eight major universities and several smaller colleges, and is in close proximity to many other prominent colleges and universities in border and nearby mid-Atlantic states.
The firm's Washington office has a traditional business-oriented practice as well as a focus on the operations of the federal government.