July 10, 2023 | 2 minute read

HOUSTON – Lawdragon included 23 Bracewell lawyers in its 2023 Lawdragon 500 X – The Next Generation, the publisher’s first-ever ranking of the top 500 US lawyers under the age of 40. Bracewell lawyers were recognized in more than a dozen practices and across numerous industries, showcasing the firm’s strengths in the energy, finance, healthcare, infrastructure and technology sectors, as well as on litigation, regulatory and transactional matters.

  • Shannon Baldwin, Houston – Corporate & Securities
  • Margaret B. Beasley, Washington, DC – Litigation, Including Energy, White Collar and Cybersecurity
  • W. Jared Berg, Houston – M&A, Especially Energy
  • Andrew C.J. Bueso, Houston – Finance & Restructuring, Especially Energy
  • Nancy McEvily Davis, Houston – Commercial Litigation, Especially Healthcare and Energy
  • Amber K. Dodds, San Antonio – Employment
  • Russell Gallaro, New York – Commercial Litigation
  • Patrick K. Johnson, Houston – Energy, Especially Project Finance
  • Benjamin J. Martin, Houston – Corporate, Including M&A
  • Kate Barrington McGregor, Houston – Corporate, Especially Energy & Infrastructure
  • Stephen C. McNamara, New York – Corporate & Securities
  • Anna K. Miller, Austin – Finance & Restructuring, Especially Energy
  • Andrew W. Monk, Houston – Corporate & Securities
  • Mandi Moroz, Washington, DC – Energy and Environmental Regulation
  • William A. Moss, Houston – Commercial Litigation, Especially Energy
  • Brett Rector, Dallas – Commercial Litigation, Especially Healthcare
  • Eryn E. Roberts, Houston – Public Finance
  • Laura Sheldon, Washington, DC – Corporate & Securities, Especially Energy & Infrastructure
  • John L. Stavinoha III, Houston – Corporate & Securities, Especially Energy & Infrastructure
  • Drew Taggart, Houston – Commercial Litigation, Including Energy
  • Kevin M. Voelkel, Washington, DC – Energy and Environmental Regulation
  • Carlton D. Wilde III, Houston – Complex Business Litigation
  • Mark Wulfe, New York – Commercial Litigation, Especially Energy

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