Bancroft partner Erin Murphy was profiled for her work preparing all seven merits briefs challenging the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act.
Paul Clement was named #25 on GQ’s list of The 50 Most Powerful People in Washington, noting “W.’s former solicitor general has snatched up every high-profile legal challenge against the administration.”
Bancroft partner Paul Clement appeared on A1 of The New York Times.
Bancroft partners Viet Dinh and Paul Clement were interviewed and asked “to reflect on the fateful day” Clement chose to join Bancroft.
Robert Schmidt of Bloomberg Businessweek highlights Bancroft as the “go-to law firm,” with three Harvard alumni at the helm.
New York Magazine profiles Bancroft partner Paul Clement, describing him as “an unassuming attorney” who is “the GOP’s great hope for this Supreme Court season.”
Bloomberg profiles partner Paul Clement, noting that he is argued seven cases in the 2011 Supreme Court term and “is poised to make a deeper imprint on
The Washington Post profiles Bancroft Partner Paul Clement, highlighting that “legal allies and foes alike talk with awe about [his] professional style.”
On October 10, 2009, Washington Business Journals profiled Bancroft founding partner Viet Dinh as a “remarkable” and “tireless” lawyer, professor, political figure, and “corporate strategist.”