Nominate For Super Lawyers


NEWS: Attorneys in Alaska, Connecticut, Great Plains, Hawaii, Massachusetts, Michigan, Mid-South, Minnesota, Missouri & Kansas, New England, New York Metro, Northern California, Oklahoma, Oregon, Rhode Island, Texas, Upstate New York and Wisconsin may now NOMINATE ONLINE AT my.superlawyers.com

In this first step of our multi-phase selection process, attorneys are invited to nominate the top lawyers they have personally observed in action, whether as opposing counsel, co-counsel, or through other firsthand observation in the courtroom. The intent is to discourage lawyers from nominating others based purely on reputation.

Each nomination carries a point value. Nominations received from lawyers in other firms carry a significantly higher point value than nominations received from lawyers in the same firm.

  • No self-nominations.
  • In-firm nominations are counted only if an equal or greater number of lawyers outside your firm are nominated.
  • You may nominate a maximum of 21 lawyers (this means you are limited to seven in-firm nominations, seven out-firm nominations and seven Rising Star nominations).
  • No "campaigning" or soliciting nominations from other lawyers as such nominations may be disregarded and lead to disqualification.
  • Base your nominations on first-hand knowledge, rather than reputation-e.g., opposing counsel, co-counsel or someone you have observed in court or during a transaction.

 

To nominate online

Login to my.superlawyers.com to make your nominations online. 

 

To download a PDF Ballot

If you are unable to nominate online, you may download a PDF ballot. Print and fax to the number on the ballot.

Contact Research for information about how to nominate attorneys for Super Lawyers.

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