We come from the same world as our clients: the fast-paced climate of political campaigns and advocacy. We provide our clients with real-world solutions that save resources for higher purposes. [read more]

Firm Profile

Our firm concentrates in the formation and operation of non-profit organizations, campaign finance at the state and federal levels, election and political law and government ethics and lobbying regulation. [read more]

Practice Areas

Our practice areas include Campaign Finance and Election Law; Nonprofit Organizations Government Ethics and Regulation of Lobbying; Administrative Law; and Corporate and Commercial Law and Litigation. [read more]


Our attorneys are consistently rated among Washington, D.C.'s top political lawyers. They are seasoned veterans often consulted by the media and by the Federal Elections Commission. [read more]

In the News

Neil Reiff Argues for Fixing McCain-Feingold

April 17, 2014

Neil Reiff and former Federal Election Commission Chairman Don McGahn argue in Campaigns and Elections that action should be taken to fix the Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act of 2002, also known as McCain-Feingold. On state parties, Reiff and McGahn argue: McCain-Feingold created a new concept called ...

SRYL News Round-Up McCutcheon Edition

April 4, 2014

Sandler Reiff Young & Lamb has been one of the go-to sources over the past few days as journalists have reported and analyzed the Supreme Court's decision in McCutcheon v. FEC. Below are just some of the stories where attorneys at SRYL have provided their expertise: David Mitrani told the Center...

Neil Reiff Quoted by Wall Street Journal

April 4, 2014

Neil Reiff was quoted in a story today in the Wall Street Journal about the effects that the Supreme Court's ruling in McCutcheon v. FEC might have on future court challenges to campaign finance laws. While the Court left in place limits on contributions to individual candidates and committees, the ...

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