Beveridge & Diamond

Benjamin Wilson Named Managing Principal at Beveridge & Diamond, P.C.

Beveridge & Diamond P.C. Press Release, March 13, 2008

Washington, D.C. - We are pleased to announce that Benjamin F. Wilson has been named the Firm's Managing Principal. Mr. Wilson succeeds Rob Brager, who has been the Managing Principal for the past six years. Brager, a litigator and counselor in the Firm’s Baltimore office, is returning to the full time practice of law at the Firm. Under his management, the Firm substantially expanded its complex tort litigation practice, opened offices in Texas and Massachusetts, and grew more than 25%, to more than 100 attorneys. 

Mr. Wilson intends to build on the Firm’s foundation as The Environmental, Land Use and Litigation Law Firm. “Ben is universally admired, and has an uncanny ability to identify underlying motivations and objectives,” Brager said recently. “He is is a team player who is guided by humility, a highly refined sense of fairness, and an unflagging sense of humor. In short, he is a natural leader who is uniquely suited to manage Beveridge & Diamond.”

A native of Jackson, Mississippi, Mr. Wilson graduated magna cum laude from Dartmouth College in 1973 and received his J.D. from Harvard Law School in 1976. With over 30 years' experience, his present litigation practice encompasses a wide range of activities in both state and federal courts, including commercial litigation matters, environmental litigation, employment litigation, and regulatory matters. He presently serves as lead counsel on major environmental litigation matters, including a major chromium cleanup matter in New Jersey and matters on behalf of several water authorities in major cities, such as New Orleans, Chicago, San Antonio and Washington, D.C.  Mr. Wilson serves as an Adjunct Professor in Environmental Law at the Howard University Law School where he teaches courses on Environmental Law and Environmental Justice.

About Beveridge & Diamond, P.C.

Beveridge & Diamond, P.C. has offices in six states and the District of Columbia. The Firm was founded as an environmental law firm in 1974 and over the past 30 years has added land use and complex litigation to its range of services.

For more information, please contact Jim Pavle at or (202) 789-6101.

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