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Jordan Ramis PC Ranked in Environmental Law by Chambers & Partners
May 30, 2014
Jordan Ramis PC is pleased to announce that the firm was ranked in Environmental Law by Chambers & Partners, the most respected directory for identifying top performing law firms and individuals around the world. Chambers & Partners honors well-respected law firms based on technical legal ability, professional conduct, client service quality, commercial astuteness, diligence, and level of commitment.
 
Chambers & Partners has published its guide for more than two decades. Lawyers and law firm rankings are based on research done by their staff of more than 150 full-time editors and researchers. While testimonials are submitted by law firms, the most credible source of information is derived from Chamber & Partners’ noted in-depth interview process, which includes phone screenings and investigative questioning.
 
Chambers & Partners recognizes Jordan Ramis for, “Deep expertise in advising on environmental aspects of real estate transactions.”
 
Jordan Ramis PC would like to congratulate the following attorneys who were recognized by Chambers & Partners as Notable Practitioners in the Environmental Field:
           
            Steven L. Shropshire, Land Use Law; Environmental and Natural Resources Law
Chambers & Partners writes, “Steven Shropshire is well regarded for his work advising on water law matters. He recently advised the Freshwater Trust on the regulatory implications of its thermal credit trading project.”
            Christopher L. Reive, Enviornmental and Natural Resources Law; Agribusiness Law
Chambers & Partners writes, “Chris Reive is regularly called upon to assist clients who own contaminated property. He is described as a ‘superb lawyer who knows his environmental stuff.’”

Jordan Ramis PC (www.jordanramis.com) was established in 1963 and has offices in Oregon and Washington.  Jordan Ramis represents clients throughout the western United States in business, government, and Dirt Law® (real estate, environmental, land use, and construction law).