The Top 100 Trial Lawyers is an exclusive invitation-only group comprised of the most highly-qualified trial attorneys in each state. Qualified attorneys must meet the highest standards regarding reputation, influence, and leadership.
The National Trial Lawyers’ Top 40 Under 40 is a group comprised of the nation’s best trial attorneys under the age of 40. These exceptional attorneys must demonstrate extensive trial skill, legal leadership, and the ability to secure results for clients.
The Million Dollar Advocates Forum is a group of attorneys who have secured large jury awards and verdicts for their clients—at least one of which was $1 million or more. Less than 1 percent of U.S. attorneys are members of this exclusive group.
Super Lawyers® is an annual publication that lists every state’s best attorneys in various practice areas. The yearly list of attorneys is determined through a months-long research process that takes into account an attorney’s professional reputation, contribution to the legal field, dedication to clients, and their history of results.
Board Certification is a unique and difficult honor that is achieved by very few attorneys in the field. Certification means the State recognizes that an attorney has the requisite experience and skill in order to be truly considered a legal specialist—in our case, in the field of Personal Injury Trial Law.
High Avvo ratings are an objective way to evaluating an attorney’s reputation among colleagues and past clients. It is accurate in that the Avvo rating cannot be affected by “membership dues” or biases. The rating takes into account past client satisfaction as well as recent results.
Super Lawyers® Rising Stars™ is part of the same family of publications as Super Lawyers, and in fact they are the same process for determination. However, inclusion in Rising Stars™ adds two other requirements: lawyers must be under 40 years old or have been in practice for less than 10 years.
The Texas Young Lawyers Association is affiliated with the Texas State Bar, and serves as the “public service arm” of the organization. This group of lawyers works together in order to serve the people of Texas by empowering the administration of justice and encouraging respect for legal authority.
The Houston Trial Lawyers Association is a professional network of attorneys who contribute to the practice of civil trial law locally and on a state and national level. Members donate their time and resources to serving clients and furthering the field of plaintiff representation, serving clients throughout Texas.
The Texas Trial Lawyers Association is dedicated to protecting the rights of Texas families through legislation and continuing education and training for practicing attorneys. Members volunteer their time and effort to ensure that plaintiffs continue to have their voices heard in court in a changing legal landscape.
The Houston Bar Association is a non-profit organization devoted to the bettering the legal field by developing an ever-higher standard of representation. The organization is committed to education for both plaintiffs and lawyers. Members volunteer for community projects for more than 45,000 hours a year.
American Association for Justice membership allows attorneys to represent clients effectively nationwide. Membership includes attorneys from across the United States. Members’ efforts help ensure that plaintiffs will continue to have quality representation throughout the nation.