Harter Secrest & Emery Named to Vault “Top 150 Under 150” List

For the second consecutive year, Harter Secrest & Emery LLP, a full-service business law firm with offices throughout New York, has been named to the Vault “Top 150 Under 150” list, which recognizes the leading midsize law firms in the United States. Harter Secrest & Emery was once again the only New York firm headquartered outside of New York City to be included on the list.

According to Vault, the annual list is “a recognition of leading law firms with fewer attorneys, but no less expertise, than the global megafirms that often dominate rankings and headlines.”

“We are honored to once again be recognized as a leading midsize firm and included in Vault’s national ranking,” said Craig S. Wittlin, managing partner, Harter Secrest & Emery. “Our growth strategy has always been client-based. Harter Secrest & Emery believes very strongly in bringing together exceptional legal talent and creating a productive and collaborative environment in order to provide our clients outstanding service and value. That is who we are as a firm.” Inc. provides an online source for professionals and students pursuing and managing careers, and employers seeking to engage with their potential employee audience. To determine the “Top 150 Under 150,” Vault develops a list of the best-known and most sought-after U.S. firms with fewer than 150 attorneys, pores through Vault survey data, news stories, trade journals and other legal publications, speaks with lawyers in the field, and reviews other published rankings. Vault editors assess each firm for prestige, quality of life and growth opportunities, and then narrow the results to come up with a list of 150 law firms known for providing top-notch service and delivering big results. 

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