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"Situated at the crossroads where public policy meets the private sector, our Washington, D.C. office is home to four esteemed former U.S. legislators, including Former Majority Leader Bob Dole, as well as some of the brightest legal minds in such diverse fields as health care, tax, international trade and corporate."
Washington
The Atlantic Building
950 F Street, NW
Washington, DC 20004-1404
T:202-239-3300
F:202-239-3333

Alston & Bird’s office in Washington, D.C. reflects the firm’s approach to the global practice of law in the 21st century.

The Washington, D.C. office has more than 120 attorneys and policy advisors who focus on capital markets and M&A, financial services, health care, energy, environmental, sourcing, domestic and international regulatory, legislative and public policy, tax, ERISA, IP Litigation, and telecommunications matters, all areas of law having natural synergies with a Washington location. It is also home to former United States Senate Majority Leader, Bob Dole. 

From the Airport
Three major airports serve the Washington, D.C. area:

Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA)
Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (“National”) is the closest airport to the office. Driving between National and the DC office typically takes 20 minutes during non-peak hours and up to 40 minutes during rush hour. The airport is accessible by Metro via the Blue and Yellow Lines.

Driving Directions from National Airport:
• Exit the airport and follow signs for G.W. Parkway/395 North
• Stay in the right lane and exit at 395 North (14th Street Bridge)
• Continue on 14th Street, crossing Independence Avenue, NW
• Take your first right onto Jefferson Drive and continue until 7th Street, N.W
• Make a left onto 7th Street, NW
• Proceed on 7th Street, NW and make a left on F Street, NW
• Stay on F Street, NW to 950 F Street, N.W.

Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD)
Washington Dulles International Airport (“Dulles”) is located in suburban Virginia, 23 miles west of downtown Washington. Driving between Dulles and the DC office typically takes 45 minutes during non-peak hours and up to 1 hour 10 minutes during rush hour. The airport is not accessible by Metro. However, it is served by the Washington Flyer Bus Service, which has stops at various Metro Stations as well as intersections in the city.

Driving Directions from Dulles Airport:
• Exit the airport following signs for I-66E. This will put you on the Dulles Access Road, which you will follow for approximately 16 miles before you can take the left exit for I-66E.
• Continue on I-66E for approximately 8 – 10 miles
• Take Constitution Ave. exit (also known as US-50E)
• Make left onto 15th Street, NW
• Make a right onto F Street, NW
• Stay on F Street, NW to 950 F Street, N.W.

Baltimore Washington International – Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI)
Baltimore Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (“BWI”) is located in Baltimore, 28 miles northeast of downtown Washington. Driving between BWI and the DC office typically takes 55 minutes during non-peak hours and up to 1 hour 20 minutes during rush hour. The airport is not accessible by Metro. It is served by MARC or Amtrak trains which depart from Union Station regularly.

Driving Directions from BWI Airport:
• Exit the airport and take I-195 W
• Take 295-S/Baltimore/Washington Parkway and take exit 2B towards Washington, DC
• Merge onto MD-295 S
• Take Route 50 W towards Washington DC
• Route 50 W becomes New York Avenue inside DC
• Follow New York Avenue through the city to 6th Street, NW
• Turn left onto 6th Street, NW
• Turn right onto F Street, NW
• End at 950 F Street, N.W.