More lawyers are stepping up in support of Randy Mastro’s potential nomination to become New York City corporation counsel, even as the mayor has yet to officially nominate the King & Spalding partner for the role.

In a July 2 news conference, Ingrid Lewis Martin, Mayor Eric Adams’ chief adviser, did not say when the office plans to formally nominate Mastro. But she did note that it was “moving forward with Randy” and “working in partnership with the council to see how things can manifest.” The position was vacated by Sylvia Hinds-Radix on May 31.