Chambers USA 2018 Guide Recognizes Porter Hedges Among Country's Leading Law Firms


Chambers USA has once again ranked Porter Hedges - nationally, in Texas, and in Oklahoma - among the leading firms in its 2018 law firm rankings. Six practice areas and fourteen lawyers were ranked as follows:


“The Porter Hedges team consistently proves to be highly skilled, responsive and otherwise professional in the provision of legal services.”

Banking & Finance (Band 5)

“They're very client-focused and we have a good rapport. It's a very good firm.”

Bankruptcy/Restructuring (Band 3)

“They are great to work with. They are very in tune with the vagaries of complicated cases, quick to respond to issues and handle our concerns.”

“They combine hard-working partners with bright associates to deliver a quality product to clients at a reasonable price.”

Construction (Band 1)

Porter Hedges’ Construction Practice is ranked for the 14th consecutive year, the most of any construction practice in Texas.

“I can get in touch with counsel at Porter Hedges 24 hours a day, 7 days a week if needed.”

“The team was outstanding in all respects.”

Construction: Alternative Dispute Resolution

Corporate/M&A (Band 5)

“We were very pleased with their attentiveness, knowledge and experience base.”

“They are extremely timely and commercial in their turnaround for us.”


  • Ragna Henrichs (Band 4)

Litigation: Energy & Natural Resources

  • Gene Nettles (Band 3)

Real Estate (Recognized Practitioner)


Energy & Natural Resources

“Understands the business needs and motivation of the client, and provides an excellent work product.”

To review the full firm results, click here.

The Chambers USA Guide is a comprehensive legal guide ranking firms and lawyers nationally and state-by-state. The Chambers rankings are based on feedback from in-house clients and legal peers. The ranking cover all major practice areas at the national level, as well as within each state. Chambers followed a comprehensive national strategy, surveying more than 10,000 interviews over a six-month period.