Jeff Hirsch Receives Ranking in 2022 Edition of Chambers Global

By Magdalen Teodecki   March 11, 2022

HRW is proud to announce that partner Jeffrey Hirsch has been recognized in Chambers Global 2022 Guide for Labor & Employment – USA. Those recognized by Chambers Global have been recommended by in-house counsel, other third-party experts, and private practice lawyers as part of their comprehensive research process.

Jeff is one of 48 Labor & Employment lawyers in the country recognized by Chambers Global. He is described as “incredibly knowledgeable about all aspects of labor law and collective bargaining” and was praised for having “a good balance of applying knowledge in a way that is problem-solving for clients.” Jeff has been consistently ranked by Chambers USA in Labor & Employment since 2004. View the ranking table here.

About Chambers Global

Chambers Global ranks the top lawyers and law firms in over 200 jurisdictions across the world. Since 1990, Chambers and Partners has identified and ranked the most outstanding law firms and lawyers in more than 180 jurisdictions worldwide. Chambers bases its listings solely on extensive research and outside evaluations of merit through a rigorous client and competitor interview process.

About Hirsch Roberts Weinstein

Hirsch Roberts Weinstein is a premier litigation, employment, and labor law firm located in Boston, where it has been recognized with Tier 1 Rankings in each of those areas by U.S. News & World Report and Best Lawyers. HRW proudly represents a wide range of respected businesses and institutions, including Fortune 500 companies, major colleges and universities, esteemed non-profit institutions, and cutting-edge high-tech companies. Click here to learn more about the entire HRW Team.

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