Dentons Washington, DC
Our Washington office traces its roots to 1939, when President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s then attorney general returned to private law practice to form his own firm. In decades that followed, our office has grown dramatically, and remained at the center of law, policy, politics and strategy - providing counsel on a wide range of matters to clients large and small.
The multidisciplinary capabilities offered by the Washington office include Commercial Litigation, Energy, Health Care, Intellectual Property & Technology, and Public Policy. The office's international capabilities include experienced lawyers and professionals who are internationally qualified and have lived and practiced around the world.
By working on diverse projects, with diverse industry players and with colleagues in Dentons offices across the country and around the globe, our DC team offers a breadth of skills and a depth of experience to help you pursue opportunities and overcome challenges at the intersection of law, business and government—whether in Washington, across the nation or around the world.
Dentons is designed to be different.
What makes Dentons different? We are polycentric. Dentons has no single headquarters or dominant national culture. Our polycentric, in-and-of-the community approach means we are always a local firm as well as a global firm.
We are global. With offices in more than 200 locations across 80 countries, Dentons can support you everywhere you do business.
We are the largest law firm in the world. With more than 20,000 people in 80+ countries around the world, we have unique breadth, depth and diversity of talent to serve the needs of our clients.
We are purpose-driven. Dentons was the first global law firm to unveil a purpose statement. Guided by our purpose we commit to pioneering change and innovation and to bringing the best out of local and global.
We redefine what is possible and shape the future. Together. Everywhere. We do this every day by connecting the power of our people, our clients and our communities.