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Amy Strent, Heather Hostetter, Sheila Kadagathur, and Emily Folio were recognized in DC’s 2017 Super Lawyers magazine with Sheila and Emily being recognized as Rising Stars, and Heather being recognized in the magazine's list of Top 100 attorneys and Top 50 women attorneys.

D.C. Bar’s Washington Lawyer Magazine March 2017 issue features Amy Strent in How Do You feel About Your Career as A Woman In Law Compared to Previous Generations. View the full March 2017 excerpt here

 

Jessica B. Saunders has joined our firm as associate in January 2017. See Jessica’s bio here.

Heather Hostetter, Amy Strent, Sheila Kadagathur, Rachel Grossberg and Emily Folio were recognized in Maryland’s 2017 Super Lawyers magazine with Rachel, Emily and Sheila being recognized as Rising Stars, and Heather being recognized in the magazine's list of Top 10 and Top 100 attorneys, and Top 50 women attorneys.

 

Heather Hostetter has been named a top Washington divorce lawyer in Washingtonian Magazine (December 2016).

Sheila Kadagathur was quoted in the December 2016 issue of Washingtonian's article "Parental Guidance - Lawyers say more moms and dads are getting involved in their children's divorces - even when it means they have to hear all the gory details."

Heather Hostetter was one of the lawyers featured in the November 2016 edition of Washington Lawyer the District of Columbia Bar Magazine, as a founding member of the Storybook Project, which enables inmate mothers and their children to stay in touch by providing the children with a recording of the mother reading her child a story.

Hostetter Strent LLC has received a Tier 1 ranking in the 2017 Edition of U.S. News & World Report - Best Lawyers “Best Law Firms.” 

 

Rachel Grossberg was selected in June 2016 to join the Maryland State Bar Association Judicial Nominations Committee.

Heather Hostetter has been selected for inclusion in the 2017 edition of Best Lawyers in America (Family Law).

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