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Between the capital of New York, and what is often called the capital of the world, our clients have access to teams with access.

Cozen O’Connor Public Strategies is a dominant force in the two power centers in New York State – New York City and Albany. Here, our commitment to stakeholder relations is manifest in the strength of our team, which consists of dyed-in-the-wool New Yorkers – led by Katie Schwab and Rose Christ – who are as diverse as the populations that are served by their clients.

Fittingly, our clients are equally diverse, ranging from Fortune 500 companies, to real estate developers, to start-ups across a wide variety of verticals, to non-profit organizations that comprise the cultural and social justice fabric of New York.

We understand the histories, nuances, and connective tissues of both the City and Albany, and fluidly navigate the legendary downstate/upstate complexity, which is essential to accomplishing the needs of our clients.

Our relationships span from the Governor’s office to legislators to community boards. But we are more than just door openers for our clients. We are trusted thought partners and advisors who help clients manage the sensitive interplay of stakeholder relations. We work in the short-term, but always within a forward-looking strategic context, serving the long-term nature of our clients’ needs with consistency, persistence, and clear articulation. Even as administrations and stakeholders change, we are able to provide the critical continuity which is essential to meaningful outcomes.

We deliver local results that range from sweeping reform to precision accomplishments with outsized client impact.

We also work alongside one of the largest state attorneys general practice in the country, supplemented by a robust governor’s practice. And Cozen O’Connor itself – the law firm of which we are a wholly-owned subsidiary – is here to support our New York State efforts.


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