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December 06, 2016

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February 08, 2017

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State Law Resources, Inc., is an international network of independent law firms. Our network helps businesses, trade associations and public policy coalitions navigate the complex and time-consuming process of managing both legal issues and state government relations. In the US, SLR has one firm from each state and the District of Columbia. Every firm has a state capital presence. Firms are selected for their experience in government relations and administrative and regulatory law at the state and national level.

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Member Spotlight

Alexander & Cleaver, P.A. Attorneys at Law

Maryland

Alexander & Cleaver engages in a broad government relations, business, regulatory and litigation practice. Our experienced professionals provide state and federal lobbying, government relations, business development, marketing and procurement services to a diverse clientele. Our teams of government relations consultants and attorneys and handle… Read more »