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Two New Partners for Rifkin Lobbying Firm

Rifkin Weiner Livingston LLC, the well-connected legal and government relations firm based in Annapolis, Baltimore and Bethesda, will announce Monday that Camille G. Fesche and Brad I. Rifkin have been elected by their colleagues to be the partners of the firm. Fesche and Rifkin are currently co-chairs of RWL’s Government Relations Division, based in Annapolis.

Camille G. Fesche

“We couldn’t be prouder and more excited to name Camille and Brad partners. Their experience and growth throughout their careers have made this the next logical step,” said Michael V. Johansen, the firm’s administrative partner.

In a firm with two dozen professionals, Fesche and Rifkin become RWL’s 15th and 16th partners.

Fesche received her law degree from Georgetown University Law Center and earned her bachelor’s degree from Johns Hopkins University in International Relations. She has represented clients on topics related to education, wind energy, utilities, health care, end-of-life issues, information technology, the civil justice system, funding bills for non-profit organizations, and procurement matters.

Brad I. Rifkin

Rifkin earned his law degree from the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law after graduating from Brown University. He represent clients with statutory, regulatory, funding and procurement interests, and has represented interests including beer and liquor producers, automobile dealers, casino operators, tech firms, insurance companies, ride-hailing companies, and nonprofits.

Rifkin is the son of the firm’s co-founder and managing partner, Alan M. Rifkin.

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