“Boutique firm of the year” (2017 and 2019) "Litigator's dream shop" Law360 Trials MVP: Alex Walsh (2019) Law360 Trials MVP: Beth Wilkinson (2017) (Benchmark) (Chambers and Partners) “Impressive litigation boutique, noted for its expert handling of complex, bet-the-company cases for leading corporate clients across a wide range of sectors” (Benchmark) “Masters of cross-examination” (AmLaw Litigation Daily) “Boutique firm of the year” (2017 and 2019) "Litigator's dream shop" Law360 Trials MVP: Alex Walsh (2019) Law360 Trials MVP: Beth Wilkinson (2017) (Benchmark) (Chambers and Partners) “Impressive litigation boutique, noted for its expert handling of complex, bet-the-company cases for leading corporate clients across a wide range of sectors” (Benchmark) “Masters of cross-examination” (AmLaw Litigation Daily)

Purpose + Experience = Results.

Wilkinson Walsh has one purpose: winning high-stakes trials.

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At the heart of every case is a compelling story. From the beginning of every case, we work to uncover that story so that we can convey it to the judge and jury in a clear, concise, and compelling way. Our results speak for themselves.
Together, we have successfully tried over 130 cases to juries and judges across the country, from Los Angeles, San Diego, San Jose, and San Francisco to New York, Washington, Philadelphia, and Boston—and many places in between.
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Wilkinson Walsh’s Pro Bono Program Highly Commended at the Chambers Diversity & Inclusion Awards

October 13, 2020

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Chambers and Partners selected Wilkinson Walsh as Highly Commended in the Pro Bono Program of the Year Category at its annual Diversity and Inclusion Awards: North America 2020. This is the second year in a row that Chambers and Partners has recognized Wilkinson Walsh’s acclaimed pro bono program. In July 2020, Chambers shortlisted Wilkinson Walsh as an outstanding firm for diversity and inclusion and as one of its private practice pro bono programs of the year.  Chambers then specifically recognized Wilkinson Walsh as operating one of the two best pro bono programs out of all law firms in the entire country, large and small. “Since the beginning, we have been committed to pro bono and to ensuring that everyone has an opportunity at achieving fair and equal justice,” said Partner Tamarra Matthews Johnson. “We are honored to be recognized by Chambers and Partners for our outstanding pro ...

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Wilkinson Walsh Co-Founder and Partner Alexandra Walsh Inducted into American College of Trial Lawyers

September 30, 2020

Alexandra Walsh, partner and co-founder of Wilkinson Walsh, has been inducted as a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers, the premier professional trial organization in North America. “I am incredibly honored to be inducted into the American College of Trial Lawyers,” said Founding Partner Alexandra Walsh. “It is humbling to be recognized among a group of highly respected attorneys. Thank you to our clients and the Wilkinson Walsh team for their continued support.” Founded in 1950, the College is composed of the best of the trial bar from the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico. Fellowship in the College is extended by invitation only and only after careful investigation, to those experienced trial lawyers of diverse backgrounds, who have mastered the art of advocacy and whose professional careers have been marked by the highest standards of ethical conduct, professionalism, civility and collegiality. Lawyers must have a minimum of ...

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Wilkinson Walsh Named Top Litigation Boutique by Vault for Third Consecutive Year

September 24, 2020

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Vault named Wilkinson Walsh the sixth best Litigation Boutique Law Firm for the third consecutive year in its “2021 Best Law Firm by Practice Area” rankings. Among all midsize firms in the country, Wilkinson Walsh ranked as the third best firm for compensation and selectivity and fifth best firm for diversity and pro bono work. Wilkinson Walsh is the top ranked DC-based firm by Vault in the compensation and selectivity categories. “We are honored to be selected again as one of Vault’s top Litigation Boutique Firms, and particularly proud of our rankings on diversity and pro bono,” said Wilkinson Walsh Partner Brian Stekloff. “Those have been among our central priorities since our founding and we are always pushing to improve.” Vault previously recognized Wilkinson Walsh’s excellence in several other categories including selecting Wilkinson Walsh for its “Top 150 Under 150” list, which recognizes “outstanding law firms with fewer attorneys, but no less expertise, than the global megafirms that often dominate ...

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