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<i>Back row, L-R: Thomas Bridenbaugh, Marie Johns, Scott Burrell, and Roderic Woodson. Front row, L-R: Sherry Bellamy, Nicholas Penn, and Dwanda Glenn-Woodward of PPC-Leftwich. (Courtesy photo)</i> Back row, L-R: Thomas Bridenbaugh, Marie Johns, Scott Burrell and Roderic Woodson. Front row, L-R: Sherry Bellamy, Nicholas Penn, and Dwanda Glenn-Woodward of PPC-Leftwich.

Parker Poe Adams & Bernstein is absorbing most of a Washington, D.C.-based firm to open a new office in the city, establishing its first full-service outpost outside the Southeastern U.S.

Parker Poe, a 200-lawyer firm headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina, said in a press release Thursday that it’s joining forces with Leftwich, a minority and women-owned firm in Washington. Leftwich is shuttering its doors as a law firm, and five of its attorneys are moving to Parker Poe’s new D.C. office: Thomas Bridenbaugh, Nicholas Penn, Sherry Bellamy, Scott Burrell and Roderic Woodson.

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Samantha Stokes

Samantha Stokes, based in New York, is a staff reporter at American Lawyer covering the business of law. You can reach her at [email protected] or on Twitter: @stokessamanthaj.

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