Super Lawyers Recognizes The Bell Law Firm for 2014!

Posted on behalf of The Bell Law Firm, PLLC on Jun 16, 2014 in Firm News

Last week, Super Lawyers announced its list of lawyers to be included in its 2014 publication. The Bell Law Firm is proud to announce that three of our attorneys have been selected for this prestigious honor!

Harry F. Bell, Andrew Paternostro and Sprague Hazard were chosen for Super Lawyers 2014 publication based on high ratings during the peer review process, and throughout the independent research process conducted by the organization.

Super Lawyers selects attorneys through a rigorous and patented process to ensure credibility, and aims to provide those seeking representation with a reliable industry resource.

In most cases, candidates are nominated by their peers, which truly enhances the pride we feel for having so many of our attorneys selected.

Prior to publication, Super Lawyers checks each attorneys credentials with local licensing authorities, and the final list reflects no more than five percent of the total lawyers in each state.

Bar associations and courts across the country recognize Super Lawyers as a legitimate and thorough process of rating lawyers in the U.S.

Super Lawyers Magazine includes a list of the attorneys selected along with individual profiles. The list is distributed within the lawyers region, as well as to ABA-accredited law school libraries. Super Lawyers is published in all 50 state of the U.S., and last year expanded its reach to include England.

The firm is thrilled to once again be recognized by Super Lawyers, and would like to congratulate the attorneys who were selected on their hard work and continued dedication to their clients, and to The Bell Law Firm!

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