Honors and Awards

Whelan Corrente is proud to announce that three of our lawyers are named as “Lawyer of the Year” in Best Lawyers of 2022.

They are:

Robert Clark Corrente – Litigation – Environmental in Providence, RI
Joseph R. Marion, III – Trusts and Estates in Providence, RI
Joseph D. Whelan – Labor Law – Management in Providence, RI

Only a single lawyer in each practice area and community is honored with a “Lawyer of the Year” award.

We are also happy to announce that four of our lawyers are recognized by their peers in Best Lawyers of America for their excellence in the following categories:

Robert Clark Corrente

  • Bet-the-Company Litigation
  • Commercial Litigation
  • Corporate Governance Law
  • Litigation – Environmental
  • Litigation – Mergers and Acquisitions
  • Securities / Capital Markets Law

Robert G. Flanders, Jr.

  • Bet-the-Company Litigation
  • Commercial Litigation
  • Litigation – Banking and Finance
  • Litigation – First Amendment
  • Litigation – Real Estate
  • Litigation – Securities

Joseph R. Marion, III

  • Trusts and Estates

Joseph D. Whelan

  • Commercial Litigation
  • Employment Law – Management
  • Labor Law – Management
  • Litigation – Labor and Employment


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