Honoring decades of tradition in our nation’s capital and a Total Commitment® to providing exceptional legal and government relations counsel for clients across the country.
This year, Thompson Coburn is celebrating the 40th anniversary of our Washington. D.C. office. Over the past 40 years, our D.C. office has developed unique experience representing clients with interests in heavily regulated fields like transportation, maritime finance, international trade, and energy. As a result, we serve clients from across the country and the world, representing them before courts, government agencies, and Congress.
We are incredibly proud that our Firm and D.C. office have a strong legacy of promoting and supporting creativity, respect, innovation, and inclusion. Throughout our history, women have always played an instrumental leadership role in the D.C. office. The Firm’s commitment to diversity and inclusion also extends to several key practice areas in our D.C. office, which are led by women and leaders in the LGBTQ+ community.
Below is a short video about the past, present and future of Thompson Coburn’s Washington, D.C., office.
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