Harris, Wiltshire & Grannis (HWG) is pleased to announce that the firm has again been named to The Washington Post’s annual “Top Workplaces” list. HWG has received this honor—which identifies the top employers across all sizes and industries in the Washington area—six consecutive times. “We are honored that our workplace continues to be recognized for excellence by The Washington Post,” said HWG Chairman Scott Blake Harris, “In a year that has seen major changes in how we—and nearly all—businesses operate, we have achieved historic outcomes for clients, increased the diversity of our firm, and redoubled our efforts to engage with—and give back to—our community.  We remain deeply committed to building a workplace that encourages our staff and attorneys to seek excellence and find fulfillment in all areas of their lives.” HWG’s talented team of lawyers and their outstanding commitment to client service have consistently earned recognition from legal ranking publications such as Chambers USA. The firm has also been recognized repeatedly for its cultural emphasis on collegiality, balance, and professional autonomy. The Washington Post, using independent, third-party surveys of HWG employees, has identified HWG as a Top Workplace every year since 2014.