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Elias Law Group Maintains Top Ranking for Political Law in Chambers USA 2024 Guide

WASHINGTON, D.C. – For the second consecutive year, Elias Law Group has been recognized in Band 1 for Political Law by Chambers and Partners in their Chambers USA: America's Leading Lawyers for Business guide. This ranking solidifies the firm's position as the preeminent political law practice for Democrats and progressives just three years after its founding. 

Elias Law Group was one of just four firms nationwide to earn a “Band 1” ranking for Political Law, and four Elias Law Group attorneys earned individual recognition in this year’s Political Law Guide.   

In their review of the firm, Chambers researchers wrote that Elias Law Group is known for “boasting a deep bench of experienced practitioners able to advise on complex election law matters,” adding that “the firm offers particular prowess in voting rights and redistricting litigation and is well placed to assist Democratic campaigns and institutions, as well as nonprofit organizations.” 

Here is what Political Law clients told Chambers USA about Elias Law Group: 

  • "Elias Law Group are always at the cutting edge, getting the results their clients demand." 
  • "They are a critical partner in our work. From the most junior to most senior, Elias Law Group is comprised of the smartest and most strategic people." 
  • "They always take the legal problems that we bring to them, dig into them and find the best path forward to solve the issue." 

Four Elias Law Group partners earned individual recognition in this year’s nationwide Political Law rankings:  

  • Marc Elias, Band 1 

Chambers Review: Firm founding partner Marc Erik Elias is a highly regarded political law attorney who continues to be a popular choice for matters relating to voting rights. He also has considerable expertise in matters involving campaign finance law, redistricting and government ethics. 

  • Ezra Reese, Band 2  

Chambers Review: Ezra Reese is Elias Law Group's political law chair. He garners recognition for his political law practice. He advises nonprofits and trade associations on issues relating to tax law, lobbying and campaign finance. 

  • Jon Berkon, Band 3 (up from Band 4)  

Chambers Review: Jonathan Berkon is noted for his knowledge of state and local election law. His client base includes individuals, political action committees and nonprofits. 

  • Abha Khanna, Band 4 (up from Up and Coming)  

Chambers Review: “Abha Khanna is a litigation partner in the firm's Seattle office. She draws particular praise for her redistricting expertise, and frequently represents nonprofits and political organizations at the trial and appellate levels.”