Clients may or may not value Jones Day's access to the White House. Its former partner Don McGahn is the top counsel there. In addition, more than 10 other of its former lawyers are also worker bees on behalf of the Trump Administration.
However, in the perception of other lawyers, Jones Day is not where they want to work. In the Abovethelaw.com Power 100 measures, reports the executive editor Elie Mystal:
"Jones Day fell 33 spots in our rankings, year-over-year, from #18 to #51. Jones Day declined in every objective data point we measured ... [In addition, in] a reputation survey ... Jones Day got stuffed in a locker and ridiculed by the cool kids."
Here is that complete article about that brandname law firm's reputational fall from grace. That downward trajectory began when The Washington Post broke the story that McGahn was representing aspects of the Make America Great campaign.
Well, in Pennsylvania, Jones Day partner Laura Ellsworth is running as a Republican for governor. Many recognize that name from the Rhode Island lead paint public nuisance litigation days. That famous trial took place when the golden age should was going on in the U.S. legal sector.
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