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Quarles & Brady Welcomes Visitors to New Washington, D.C. Office Space

Partners with vendors Milliken, Steelcase, to donate $10,000 to Capital Area Food Bank

WASHINGTON, D.C. —The national law firm of Quarles & Brady LLP today announced that, to celebrate the opening of its new office space in Washington, D.C., a donation of $10,000 was made to the Capital Area Food Bank in partnership with Milliken and Steelcase. The new office space features furnishings and floor coverings from both companies. The check was presented yesterday at an open house celebrating the new space.

The new location, at 1701 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, is just steps from the White House, and features photographs taken by students at the Corcoran School of the Arts and Design at the George Washington University.

“Our new office space echoes the vibrant and physical presence our firm has worked hard to establish in the nation's capital,” said Washington, D.C. Office Managing Partner Larry P. Cote. “Our clients face diverse and increasingly complex regulatory challenges, and it was important that the space reflects our Firm's energetic and collaborative culture that will help clients succeed in this challenging environment .”

The firm partnered with the Corcoran School to furnish the office with a collection of photographic images provided by the school’s students [Nosratallah Tarighi, Daniel Martinez Gonzalez, Zhongmou Sun, Joy Yi, Sana Ullah]. The artwork is an embodiment of the Washington, D.C. community, and will be a permanent fixture within the office space.

"Partnering with Quarles & Brady allows our students to use their visual reporting talents to bring the community and stories of Washington, D.C., into this beautifully designed space," said Susan Sterner, program head, New Media Photojournalism, Corcoran School of the Arts and Design at the George Washington University.

Quarles & Brady opened its first office in Washington, D.C. in 2012. The office currently has 14 lawyers and six core practice areas, including DEA Compliance and Litigation, Labor & Employment, Franchise & Distribution, Intellectual Property, Litigation, and Health Law.