|Magazine Publishes: Jul 9, 2015||Data Verifications Due: Jul 9, 2015|
|Nominations Open: Aug 25, 2014||Standard Profile Due: Jul 9, 2015|
|Nominations Closed: Apr 23, 2015||Display Ad Closed: Jul 9, 2015|
|Notifications Mailed: Jun 22, 2015||Ad Materials Due: Sep 1, 2015|
|Embargo Date: Jul 9, 2015|
The Man To See
Super-connected trial attorney David Kamp built his career by being the ‘lawyer’s lawyer’
Inside the Chaos of Iraq and Pakistan
Assistant U.S. Attorney Cliff Wardlaw steps into foreign courts
Did You Know There Are 22 Tribes in New Mexico?
Lynn Slade does and has made it his life’s work to understand Indian law
Linley Jones represents the ultimate “little guy”—someone who wants to sue a lawyer
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.