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Thompson Coburn Lobby & Policy

 

Thompson CoburnLobbying & Policy

Thompson Coburn’s bipartisan lobbying team connects public and private entities with policymakers at the highest levels of government, including the U.S. Congress, the White House, and federal agencies. Over the course of their distinguished careers, our lobbying and policy professionals have forged deep connections in Washington. Our team has longstanding experience working on federal legislation, regulations, and enforcement in the areas that critically affect businesses of all types, particularly those in higher education.

Thompson Coburn Lobbying & Policy serves you by becoming your strategic education policy partner in Washington. Through our relationships with educational institutions, associations, policymakers, and thought leaders, we can help you design and implement education policy initiatives, provide introductions, and build supporting coalitions. We can also help you stay up-to-speed on the political issues affecting your education sector priorities through our network and with our customized systems for research, due diligence, and legislative tracking. Our team is immersed in politics and policy, and we can help you navigate your way through the new education economy.

Why Thompson Coburn?

Thompson Coburn LLP has 375 attorneys practicing nationwide in more than 40 areas of law. In Washington, D.C., our Federal Practice Group represents our clients’ interests in a wide variety of industries before agencies of the United States government. Across all of our offices, we serve a diverse client base that ranges from high-net-worth individuals and venture-backed startups to Fortune 100, Fortune 500, and mid-market companies to municipal and public sector entities on a national, regional, and international scale. Thompson Coburn was recently named as one of the top 30 firms in the nation for client service in 2014 by BTI Consulting, which also named the firm among the nation’s top firms at providing exceptional value.

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Contacts:

Ken Salomon
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202-585-6904

Chris Murray
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202-585-6916

Thompson Coburn LLP
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Washington, D.C. 20006-1167
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