Hirsch Roberts Weinstein Honored as a 2017 Top Law Firm by Chambers USA

By Kelly Margeson   June 8, 2017

Chambers USA has recognized Hirsch Roberts Weinstein as a 2017 Top Law Firm in Labor & Employment in Massachusetts. Firm rankings are based on technical legal ability, professional conduct, client service, commercial astuteness, diligence, commitment, and other qualities most valued by clients.

Chambers has acclaimed HRW as a firm that “provides absolutely top-notch service. Their people are exceedingly bright, easy to deal with and sharp. They’re recognized as a top employment law firm in Boston.”

In addition to being ranked as a firm, five partners, Catherine Reuben, David Wilson, Jeffrey Hirsch, Jerome Weinstein, and Max Perlman have been named as notable practitioners and leaders in their field.

Click here to read Chambers official ranking.

About Chambers

Chambers and Partners have been publishing their guides to the legal profession since 1990, providing independent rankings and editorial commentary. The guides are designed to reflect market opinion, ranking lawyers, law firms and practice areas based on their reputation among peers and clients. They are not paid listings. Not all practice areas are ranked in all U.S. states.  To compile the 2017 edition of Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business, researchers conducted thousands of interviews with lawyers and clients throughout the United States over a period of six months. Qualities assessed included technical legal ability, professional conduct, client service, commercial awareness/astuteness, diligence, commitment and other qualities valued by clients.



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