Five OGC Lawyers Land on Thomson Reuter’s Super Lawyer List for 2023!
We are thrilled to announce that five lawyers at our firm found themselves on the Super Lawyers List for 2023! The purpose of Super Lawyers issued by Thomson Reuters is to create a comprehensive and diverse listing of outstanding attorneys within a practice area that can be used as a resource for both attorneys and consumers alike who are searching for legal counsel. Congratulations to:
Practice Area: Insurance Coverage
Practice Area: Business Litigation*
Practice Area:Employment & Labor
Practice Area: Business Litigation
Practice Area: Schools and Education
* = Rising Star
About the Selection Process
Super Lawyers selects attorneys using a patented multiphase selection process, drawing from the 4 steps below.
Step 1: Peer nominations and evaluations. Lawyers cannot nominate themselves and are prohibited from campaigning.
Step 2: Independent Research by Super Lawyers. Each candidate is evaluated on 12 indicators of peer recognition and professional achievement. Indicators are not treated equally, and some have higher point values than others. The 12 indicators are: special licenses/certifications, honors/awards, experience, representative clients, transactions, verdicts/settlements, position within law firm, bar and/or professional activity, pro bono and community service, scholarly lectures/writings, education/employment background, and other outstanding achievements.
Step 3: Peer Evaluation by Practice Area. Also known as “blue ribbon review.” Candidates in each practice area with the highest points from steps one and two are asked to serve on the blue ribbon panel. The panelists are provided with a list of candidates from their practice areas to review, rating them on a scale of one to five.
Step 4: Final Selection. Candidates are grouped into four categories. Candidates with the highest point totals from each category are selected. A representative number of small, medium, and large firm attorneys are selected.
It is important to note that 5% of attorneys selected to Super Lawyers, with only 2.5% of attorneys selected to Rising Stars. Eligible candidates for Rising Stars must be 40 years or younger and have been in practice 10 years or less.
Disclaimer: The Super Lawyers and Rising Stars lists are issued by Thomson Reuters. A description of the selection methodology can be found at Super Lawyers Selection Process. No aspect of this advertisement has been approved by the Supreme Court of New Jersey.
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