WASHINGTON – Vault named Wilkinson Walsh + Eskovitz the sixth best midsize law firm to work for in its 2019 Law Firm Rankings. Among other accolades, Vault ranked WW+E second for compensation, third for diversity, and fourth for pro bono. These rankings are based on the results of a survey distributed to associates at each law firm, reflecting associates’ views about their firms.
In addition, Vault selected WW+E 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 rankings and headlines.” Vault is well-known for its influential rankings, ratings, and reviews of thousands of top employers.
“Wilkinson Walsh + Eskovitz has built a culture of empowering younger attorneys and delivering exceptional results for our clients,” said WW+E Founding Partner Beth Wilkinson. “I am proud to work with such a diverse team of star litigators, and today’s recognition underscores yet again that we are one of the preeminent boutique firms in the country.”
WW+E is honored to be selected as one of the top midsize firms in the country in just its third year of existence. The announcement is the latest in a string of recent accolades for the firm. Benchmark Litigation previously named Wilkinson Walsh + Eskovitz the “Boutique Firm of the Year,” praising the firm as a “litigator’s dream shop,” and WW+E was recently ranked the fifth best law firm for female attorneys among all firms with 20 to 149 lawyers in Law360’s 2018 Glass Ceiling report.