Davenport and McMillin Named 2022 'Top Lobbyists' by the National Institute for Lobbying and Ethics
Arnold & Porter policy advisor Amy Davenport and senior associate Bobby McMillin were recognized by the National Institute for Lobbying and Ethics for their outstanding legislative work in the group's 2022 "Top Lobbyists" list. The National Institute for Lobbying and Ethics is the trade association for the lobbying and government affairs profession.
The list, which is in its third year, recognizes lobbyists, PAC managers and grassroots professionals who "showed significant 2022 success, took an innovative approach to their field, and demonstrated commitment to giving back to their community, as well as adherence to the highest ethical standards. Arnold & Porter has had five lobbyists recognized by NILE over the past three years.
Davenport works with clients to help them understand and navigate the complexities of the federal government to further their business and organizational goals. Using her experience and understanding of the policymaking process, she advises clients on how to engage with policymakers on Capitol Hill and within the Executive Branch to solve their challenges, as well as secure key opportunities to benefit their organizations.
McMillin brings a wealth experience in public policy, legislative process, and oversight to his practice, serving as both a former congressional staffer and in-house government affairs representative for a global life sciences company. He previously served as General Counsel for the Senate Health, Education, Labor, & Pensions Committee under Chairman Lamar Alexander (R-TN), where he provided counsel on the full committee's legislative drafting and regulatory oversight portfolio, particularly in the areas of intellectual property, competition and transparency in healthcare, drug scheduling, privacy, Health IT and cybersecurity, and other legal matters within the committee's jurisdiction.