|Magazine Publishes: Aug 25, 2014||Data Verifications Due: Aug 25, 2014|
|Nominations Open: Sep 6, 2013||Standard Profile Due: Aug 25, 2014|
|Nominations Closed: Apr 23, 2014||Display Ad Closed: Aug 25, 2014|
|Notifications Mailed: Jun 19, 2014||Ad Materials Due: Sep 2, 2014|
|Embargo Date: Aug 25, 2014|
J. Christopher Jensen talks Muppets, the Internet, and freeing a man on death row
56 Years of Civility in Texas Law
You can overuse the Atticus Finch comparison—few people really deserve it. Jim Coleman does
The Family Man
For Shawn Menashe, no other kind of law feels like home
The Friendly Foe
Trial lawyer John Chun is not your stereotypical pit bull in the courtroom. But make no mistake: He’s there to win.
Super Lawyers Selection Process Patented by The United States Patent and Trademark Office
In April 2013, the Super Lawyers selection process received a patent (U.S. Pat. No. 8,412,564) from The United States Patent and Trademark Office. This distinction is relevant to both attorneys and consumers, as it further demonstrates credibility as an impartial third-party rating system.
“We are honored to have a recently granted U.S. patent relating to lawyer-ratings. We take our credibility very seriously, and having a patent assures our customers that we strive to be innovation leaders in our area,” says Julie Gleason, the Director of Research at Super Lawyers.