Partner Joshua Matz has once again been recognized by Washingtonian Magazine for inclusion on its “Most Influential People in Washington” list. This annual list highlights innovators and thought leaders with deep subject matter expertise in their fields who are changing the world in which we live. 

Joshua was recognized in the “Legal Intelligentsia” category, which identifies the “legal minds who put their brainpower behind helping our government work better.”

In the accompanying feature about Joshua, he is noted as successfully defending Pennsylvania’s and Wisconsin’s congressional maps at the Supreme Court, as well as filing a lawsuit challenging Florida’s “Don’t Say Gay” statute. 

He also provided some career advice: “Never trust career advice from someone unless they invest in understanding who you are, where you’re coming from, and where you hope to go.”

The list is featured in the May issue of Washingtonian, and can be read here.