Overview

Introduction

As one of the oldest firms in the country, Delaware firm Potter Anderson & Corroon LLP has been involved in historic and influential cases since its inception. Operating from only one office, it continues to serve corporate heavyweight clients locally, nationally, and internationally, from individuals to Fortune 500 companies. Potter Anderson has a deep connection to the history-making case Brown v. Board of Education, and its work on the case extended well beyond the...

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Total No. Attorneys (2020)

50 - 100

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Featured Rankings

Top 150 Under 150

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Base Salary

1st year: $175,000


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Major Office Locations

Wilmington, DE


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Major Practice Areas

Corporate Counseling


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Chair of Executive Committee

Kathleen Furey McDonough

About the Firm

As one of the oldest firms in the country, Delaware firm Potter Anderson & Corroon LLP has been involved in historic and influential cases since its inception. Operating from only one office, it continues to serve corporate heavyweight clients locally, nationally, and internationally, from individuals to Fortune 500 companies.

The Root of Delaware’s History

Founded in 1826, Potter Anderson has been a stop for talented and prominent Delaware public officials over the years. Three of the firm’s early attorneys—including founder Andrew C. Gray and his son George Gray—served as Attorneys General for the State of Delaware. George Gray also went on to serve two full terms in the U.S. Senate, was a member of the U.S. Court of Appeals Third Circuit, and retired in ...

Diversity at Potter Anderson & Corroon LLP

"Potter Anderson's Diversity & Inclusion Mission Statement: At Potter Anderson & Corroon LLP, we are committed to providing and promoting a diverse and inclusive environment for all, within which each person can succeed professionally regardless of race, ethnicity, culture, nationality, gender, gender identity, gender expression, religious beliefs, sexual orientation, age and disability. We take pride in the history of our firm's diversity, beginning in 1923 when one of the first two women to pass the Delaware bar joined the firm and,..."