Stewart McKelvey welcomes 11 new partners

Building on values of client service, innovation and corporate responsibility, Stewart McKelvey welcomes to the partnership the greatest concentration of new partners in its history.

“We have invested heavily in our people, our practices and the infrastructure that supports our lawyers and clients,” said Lydia Bugden, CEO and managing partner. “With the admittance of these eleven exemplary lawyers to the partnership, we will continue on our path to increase efficiencies and to provide economic and strategic value to our clients. The lawyers being admitted to the partnership have demonstrated a thorough understanding of our clients, the industries in which our clients operate, and a commitment to the communities in which we live and practice. We are thrilled to welcome them to the partnership.”

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