Regional Ranking: Philadelphia Metro Area ~ Tier 1 ~ Construction Law
Charlson Braber McCabe & Denmark is excited to announce that our firm has again been recognized by U.S. News & World Report in its Best Law Firms rankings for 2021 - our firm's fourth consecutive year of being recognized for this honor. The ranking is a testament to the excellent legal services that the firm continues to provide.
We are also proud to announce that, for 2021, the firm has been elevated to a "Tier 1" firm in the area of Construction Law, which is the highest ranking available in a particular legal focus.
The U.S. News – Best Lawyers "Best Law Firms" rankings are based on a rigorous evaluation process that includes the collection of client and lawyer evaluations, peer review from leading attorneys in their field, and review of additional information provided by law firms as part of the formal submission process. To be eligible for a ranking in a particular practice area and metro region, a law firm must have at least one lawyer who is currently recognized in Best Lawyers in that particular practice area and metro. Clients are asked to provide feedback on firm practice groups, addressing expertise, responsiveness, understanding of a business and its needs, cost-effectiveness, civility, and whether they would refer another client to the firm. Lawyers also voted on expertise, responsiveness, integrity, cost-effectiveness, whether they would refer a matter to a firm, and whether they consider a firm a worthy competitor. In addition, law firms are asked to provide general demographic and background information on the law firm and attorneys, and other data that speaks to the strengths of a law firm’s practice areas. All of the quantitative and qualitative data are combined into an overall "Best Law Firms" score, which is compared to other firms.
The first tier in each metropolitan area includes those firms that scored within a certain percentage of the highest-scoring firm(s); the second tier, those firms that scored within a certain percentage of the next highest scoring firm(s), and so on. Metropolitan areas are defined by assessing the population of eligible law firms geographically to guarantee enough comparative data to produce accurate results.