Integrity, Ingenuity and Intellect

Office Locations

skyline image of Tampa BayTampa, Florida Office
Bank of America Plaza
101 E. Kennedy Blvd
Suite 3220
Tampa, Florida 33602

Phone: (813) 224-9000
Fax: (813) 221-8811

Washington, D.C.

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888 17th St. NW
Suite 904
Washington, DC. 20006

Phone: (202) 955-6300
Fax: (202) 429-5577

Your Key to the Government

With the fast pace and intricacies of Capitol Hill, outside companies and organizations find they need assistance in accessing the various opportunities available. Consistently recognized for our comprehensive expertise and unique, client-focused approach, the Salem Law Group (SLG) has more than twenty years experience in assisting businesses and governments and achieving high-value results for them. Clients partner with SLG and stay with us year after year because we're proven in our methodologies and in the performances and outcomes we deliver.

We represent clients in various aspects of the legislative process and assist and guide them through the multiple levels of governmental dealings. With experience in handling client interests that range from federal, local and state matters, to defense, health, transportation, and a myriad of other issues, SLG adapts its style and approach to meet the client's needs. We strive to find the right solution for each client, whatever that may encompass.

Our lobbying group understands and appreciates the complexities of the legislative and budgetary processes, and collectively has the expertise to adapt to achieve the desired end-result. Many times, the beginning strategy developed with the client needs to be modified at different levels along the way; this means drawing upon numerous congressional and administrative contacts and utilizing creativity and experience to get the job done. Our expertise enables us to offer a range of services, including but not limited to:

  Securing federal funding through the yearly appropriations process
  Targeting and advising clients on the various appropriations bills and accounts within
  Meeting and maintaining communication with Congress and the Executive Branch agencies
  Preparing client briefings and discussion points prior to congressional meetings
  Locating and procuring additional federal funds through the federal agencies
  Identifying a client's unique capability to meet specific governmental initiatives and priorities
  Organizing Congressional Hill Briefings to educate and inform staff on various issues
  Representing and attending national association meetings for clients
  Organizing partnerships and alliances among various businesses to achieve a common purpose