Crowe & Dunlevy Only Firm Ranked in All Areas by Chambers

Firm one of only three Oklahoma firms ranked in Native American law; 26 attorneys ranked in 2019 USA Guide

OKLAHOMA CITY – In its 2019 USA Guide, Chambers and Partners, an international legal publisher, has ranked Crowe & Dunlevy as the only Oklahoma firm in all areas of Oklahoma legal practice, and one of only three Oklahoma firms to be ranked in the Native American law practice in Oklahoma.*

The firm received four Band 1 rankings in the following areas of legal practice: energy & natural resources, intellectual property, Native American law and real estate, and three Band 2 rankings in the corporate/commercial, labor & employment and litigation: general commercial areas of legal practice. Additionally, Kari Hoffhines was ranked as Up and Coming, and James H. Holloman Jr., D. Kent Meyers, Judy Hamilton Morse and Clyde A. Muchmore were honored as Senior Statespeople.

Eleven Crowe & Dunlevy attorneys received Band 1 rankings in Oklahoma, including:

Eleven attorneys received rankings in Band 2 or 3 in Oklahoma, including:

Often referred to as the gold-standard, Chambers and Partners guides have been ranking law firms and lawyers since 1990 covering more than 200 jurisdictions globally. Chambers ranks lawyers and law firms based on the research of its more than 200 full-time editors and researchers, as well as information submitted by law firms and in-depth telephone interviews with attorneys and firms. Law firms and individual lawyers are ranked in bands from 1-6, with 1 being the best. The qualities on which rankings are assessed include technical legal ability, client service and professional conduct, commercial vision and business understanding, diligence, value for money and depth of team.

*Crowe & Dunlevy has no input in the rating methodologies used by Chambers and Partners.