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Chambers Global 2024 Guide Recognizes Balch & Bingham as Leading Firm; Nuclear Energy & Electricity Practices Among Best Worldwide

Balch & Bingham is proud to announce that its Energy Practice and attorneys have once again been acknowledged as industry leaders in the Chambers Global 2024 Guide by Chambers & Partners.

For the sixth consecutive year, Balch is ranked globally for USA Energy: Nuclear (Regulatory & Litigation) and in USA Energy: Electricity (Regulatory & Litigation) for the second consecutive year. Additionally, five attorneys are individually recognized as global leaders in their respective practice areas.

Chambers Global identifies the top law firms and lawyers from more than 200 jurisdictions across the world. Published annually, Chambers rankings are based on rigorous independent research, assessing firms on client service, depth of team, diligence, value and technical legal ability. Thousands of in-depth interviews with clients and lawyers are conducted in the evaluation process.  

In its 2024 Guide, Chambers Global quotes one client as saying, “The firm possesses a wide array of attorneys with significant and varied experience that allows the firm to handle very complex and sophisticated matters.” Another Balch client said, "They are well versed in their knowledge of energy policy."


Balch Partners Ranked in the Chambers Global 2024 Guide: 

USA Energy: Nuclear (Regulatory & Litigation):

USA Energy: Electricity (Regulatory & Litigation):


Balch is one of the leading firms in the world in the nuclear arena. The firm has been deeply involved in the nuclear power industry in the United States and Europe, representing businesses in the development of new nuclear facilities, including licensing and equipment procurement, as well as in a variety of traditional licensing, enforcement and rulemaking proceedings before the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC). Our attorneys frequently appear before other federal and state agencies and courts in proceedings critical to the nuclear industry. We also provide counsel regarding the myriad of issues that confront participants in this complex industry.

In the electricity arena, Balch represents clients across the full spectrum of industry investors and participants, ranging from investor- and publicly-owned electric utilities, investment funds, government-owned utilities, rural electric cooperatives, tribal utilities, independent power producers and renewable and energy storage projects, as well as trade associations and coalitions.  Balch’s electricity regulation and litigation practice includes high stakes federal and state regulatory proceedings and investigations, mergers and acquisitions, regional transmission organizations and independent system operator participation, regulatory compliance and policy formation, virtual PPAs, interconnection and shared facility arrangements, joint-use arrangements, fuel and services contracts and labor relations. Our attorneys include some of the industry’s leading practitioners before state and federal courts, state public utility commissions, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), the Commodities Futures and Trading Commission (CFTC), the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC), and the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). Moreover, Balch is frequently engaged by global electricity sector investors and participants to advise on emerging issues and associated strategies.