Sen. Evan Bayh Joins McGuireWoods
January 31, 2011
Evan Bayh, the former two-term Governor of Indiana and United States Senator
from 1999 to 2011, has joined McGuireWoods as a partner in the firm’s Washington
office, the firm announced today. Senator Bayh will serve as a strategic advisor
to the firm’s most significant domestic and international clients, particularly
those whose business goals are impacted by public policy, the actions of
Congress, the executive branch, or by governors and legislatures across the
"Senator Bayh provides a rare and timely perspective for our clients," said
Richard Cullen, McGuireWoods’ chairman. "Throughout his long and distinguished
career in public service he was known for working with Democrats and
Republicans, not to score political points, but rather to drive consensus around
issues that mattered most. He will help us and our clients understand how to get
things done in an environment rife with partisan perils but aching for sensible,
common ground solutions."
McGuireWoods is one of the nation’s largest and most diverse law firms, with
over 900 lawyers serving corporate and institutional clients from 19 offices in
the U. S. and Europe. Bayh will also be a senior advisor to McGuireWoods
Consulting, the firm’s public affairs subsidiary, one of only a few in the
nation with deep experience and solid bipartisan relationships not only in
Washington but in state capitals around the country.
“I am honored to join McGuireWoods,” said Bayh. “I’ve always been impressed
by the top-notch professionalism, excellent character and collegial atmosphere
here. The firm’s national and increasingly global presence gives me a broad
platform to develop a challenging practice serving a wide variety of clients at
the highest level.”
In addition to his practice at McGuireWoods, Senator Bayh is a senior advisor
at Apollo Global Management in New York, and will continue to speak on the
pressing issues facing our nation and the world.
to read an article that was published today in the Wall Street Journal
about Sen. Bayh joining the firm.