Meyers Nave’s Land Use, Environmental, and Natural Resources Law Expertise Ranked Among Nation’s “Best Law Firms”
Meyers Nave proudly announces that our statewide Land Use, Environmental, and Natural Resources Law expertise has received its sixth consecutive annual recognition as one of the nation’s “Best Law Firms” in the 2021 edition of the U.S. News – Best Lawyers/Best Law Firms report. For the 2021 “Best Law Firms” publication, the evaluation process reviewed 15,587 law firms throughout the United States on a national and regional basis.
Beginning in 2015, Meyers Nave has been included in this prestigious “Best Law Firms” list in the specialty fields of Environmental Law, Natural Resources Law, Environmental Litigation, and Land Use and Zoning Law and Litigation. Our reputation in both Northern and Southern California has been recognition by Tier 1 rankings for the expertise of Meyers Nave attorneys who serve clients in the greater Los Angeles metropolitan area as well as attorneys who serve clients in the greater Oakland metropolitan area.
To be eligible for a “Best Law Firms” ranking, a law firm must first have a lawyer recognized in The Best Lawyers in America©, which honors only 5% of lawyers practicing in the United States. Meyers Nave’s “Best Law Firms” ranking is supported by three Meyers Nave attorneys who are individually recognized as “Best Lawyers in America” in the fields of Environmental Law, Natural Resources Law, Environmental Litigation, and Land Use and Zoning Law and Litigation.
We would like to take this opportunity to thank our corporate, public entity, and public-private partnership clients for trusting Meyers Nave to serve as lead land use and environmental counsel for compliance, transactional and litigation matters on their largest, most complex, and highest-profile development projects throughout California. The “Best Law Firms” ranking process includes a confidential evaluation survey completed by clients, professional references and peer attorneys. Data is also collected from “Best Lawyers” ballots and the information that each law firm provides about the strengths of its areas of expertise. The quantitative and qualitative data is then combined into an overall score for each law firm.