Marla Grossman Chosen as Top Lobbyist by NILE

(WASHINGTON, D.C.) – ACG Advocacy proudly congratulates Partner Marla Grossman on her selection as a Top Lobbyist by the National Institute for Lobbying & Ethics (NILE). As NILE recognized, Marla’s dedication, expertise, and commitment to ethical practices has made her an exemplary representation of the profession.

As a Partner at ACG Advocacy, Marla helps her clients with strategic public policy planning and representation before the White House, US federal agencies, and Congress. Her particular areas of focus include intellectual property, technology, competition, and trade policy. Marla has been selected to the Washington DC Super Lawyer List every year since 2013 and has been awarded “Top Lobbyist” by the National Institute for Lobbying & Ethics (NILE) every year since 2021.

Earlier in her career, Marla served as minority counsel to the US Senate Judiciary Committee, where she focused on intellectual property, internet usage, entertainment, online gaming, and technology, and helped draft laws such as the Digital Millennium Copyright Act; Copyright Term Extension Act; Trademark Law Treaty Implementation Act; Domain Name Amendment Act; and US Patent and Trademark Office Reauthorization Act.

Before working on Capitol Hill, Marla served as the Assistant Director of Public Liaison and Director of Law Enforcement Outreach for the Clinton-Gore 1996 presidential campaign.

Marla received her JD, cum laude, from Harvard Law School, and a BA, summa cum laude, from Yale University (Phi Beta Kappa).