Estate planning attorney, Gary Altman, Esq., has been recognized as a "Best Lawyer" in the Washington City Paper "Best of D.C." issue for the second year in a row. The annual issue highlights readers' top picks for everything from restaurants to concert venues and advisors. Altman is the only estate lawyer to be recognized in the "Best Lawyer" category.
Congrats, Gary! We are very proud!
The Washington City Paper is a U.S. alternative weekly newspaper serving the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area. The City Paper is distributed on Thursdays; its average circulation in 2006 was 85,588. The paper's editorial mix is focused exclusively on local news and arts. 2018 circulation is 30,000.
In a city where a great deal of attention is focused on national affairs, Washington City Paper stays local. Now in its 30th year of publication, Washington City Paper is D.C.’s most popular weekly newspaper among local urban dwellers.
Washington City Paper’s role as a guide to cultural and civic life in the District and its effort to focus more on features rather than news, gives readers a look at urban issues and politics, arts and entertainment, restaurants, and the pros and cons of their city. City Paper's groundbreaking local reporting reflects its strong commitment to the watchdog role of the alternative press in a city of opinion-makers.