Keith W. Watters has been licensed to practice law for over 36 years, having founded the firm in 1980. Throughout his life, he has continually devoted himself to the legal profession and the welfare of his community. He has earned an impressive reputation and is an honest, knowledgeable, and well-respected attorney.
Many accolades and honors have been awarded to Mr. Watters for his dedicated service. In 2010, he was voted Trial Lawyer of the Year. He has received awards from the National Association of Black Women Attorneys, the Washington Bar Association, and the Bar Association of the District of Columbia. He has received more than 11 awards from the National Bar Association, including the Gertrude E. Rush Award in 2014. This award is given to those who demonstrate leadership in human and civil rights, legal education, public policy, and social activism. Mr. Watters is also a Life Sustaining Fellow of the American Bar Foundation, in which membership is limited to 1% of lawyers licensed to practice in each jurisdiction who demonstrate outstanding dedication to their community and the legal profession.