This past March, Robert A. Clifford was recognized as one of Chicago Magazine’s Top 100 Most Powerful Chicagoans for 2014. The third annual “The Power 100″ list ranks based on influence, ability, and clout; Clifford placed #76. This recognition appeared in the March 2014 issue of Chicago Magazine and marks the second time in a row he has been acknowledged as one of the most powerful Chicagoans. According to Chicago Magazine, in order to be part of this list, “You must have the influence, ability, or potential to make big things happen, for good or for ill. When you talk, people listen.” In naming Clifford one of the Top 100 for 2014, Chicago Magazine wrote, “In 2013, Clifford’s prestigious boutique personal injury firm won a total of $66.9 million in 13 cases, including a $15.5 million lawsuit against University of Chicago Medicine. With elections on the horizon, all the major Democratic polls, from Hillary Clinton on down the line, will be coming up in hand to this important Chicago fundraiser.” Clifford is listed along with other esteemed Chicagoans including the Mayor of Chicago Rahm Emanuel, Governor Pat Quinn and U.S. Senator Dick Durbin. To view “The Power 100” list, please click here.