Lake Oswego, OR… Jordan Ramis PC is pleased to announce the firm's Dirt Law® practice and several of its attorneys have been recognized by the legal referral guide Chambers USA: America's Leading Lawyers for Business.
"It is an honor to receive this award for the second year in a row," said Steve Shropshire, managing shareholder of Jordan Ramis PC. "Chambers performs a thorough research process that includes interviews and recommendations from our clients and peers. We are honored those groups feel we are worthy of being selected."
The firm's environmental practice group was distinguished as a leading firm in Oregon environmental law. Known for its Dirt Law® practice, the firm has built a solid reputation throughout the West for its work in Environmental, Water Rights and Natural Resources, Land Use, Real Est
ate Development, and Construction law.
Attorney Tim Ramis was again accorded the highest ranking in Oregon Real Estate: Zoning/Land Use. Additionally, attorneys Steve Shropshire and Chris Reive were
distinguished as leading individuals in the water law and environmental law areas by the Chambers guide, which ranks lawyers based upon their reputation amongst peers and clients.
The qualities on which Chambers USA's rankings are assessed include technical legal ability, professional conduct, client service, commercial astuteness, diligence, commitment, and other qualities most valued by the client.
Chambers USA (www.chambersandpartners.com) is compiled by Chambers and Partners, a London-based publisher of guides to the world's leading law firms and lawyers.
Jordan Ramis PC (www.jordanramis.com) was established in 1963 and has offices in Oregon and Washington. The firm has been named one of Oregon's 100 Best Places to Work for 2011, the seventh time it has appeared on the Oregon Business Magazine list. The firm was also recognized as one of the 20 Best Places to Work by Portland Monthly (2006) and as one of the Portland Business Journal's Most Admired Companies (2008). Jordan Ramis represents clients throughout the western United States in business, government, and Dirt Law® (real estate, environment, land use, and construction).