Andy Gabriel Awarded Highest Band 1 Ranking in Chambers USA
McDonald Carano congratulates Andy Gabriel on receiving the highest Band 1 ranking in Real Estate Law from Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business 2023. Andy is also highly ranked in the Corporate/Commercial Law category which is a practice group he co-chairs that also received the prestigious Band 1 ranking. Andy’s additional co-chair role is for our Real Estate Law practice group which is also prominently ranked. Andy has been recognized in Chambers USA since 2008.
Chambers’ ranking process includes confidential surveys and interviews with clients to assess “legal ability, client service, commercial astuteness, professional conduct, diligence, and commitment.” We congratulate Andy on receiving these prestigious rankings from Chambers USA, the premier resource for helping businesses select outside counsel.
What Do Clients Say?
During the client interview component of Chambers’ annual ranking process, clients have provided the following descriptions of Andy’s expertise, results, and service.
- “particularly well-respected attorney”
- “very good lawyer”
- “problem solver”
- “very easy to work with”
- “very strong attorney”
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