Posts tagged "Super Lawyers Editorial"

Confidence and Impartiality Surface in Super Lawyers Listees

The latest issues of Super Lawyers Magazine showcase the variety of what makes up a Super Lawyers or Rising Stars selectee. The following three cover stories find an epicenter in the Western United States, but contain connections across the world. Senegal, Cuba, India, Nepal and Columbia are just a few of the locations featured, but the commonalities in work ethic and talent is immediately evident from the top attorneys in the country. Check out each of the stories to see their commitment to and passion for their craft.

From the Vault -- "Power Player"

In the 2012 edition of Washington Super Lawyers Magazine, we asked Perkins Coie business litigator David J. Burman to discuss one of the most famous cases in his career. In 2005, election officers and political scientists converged on Chelan County Courthouse to debate which candidate prevailed in the 2004 gubernatorial election.

Competitiveness and Determination in Super Lawyers Selectees

In May, Super Lawyers Magazine highlighted four top attorneys with compelling back stories. From stopping a robbery to scoring 28 points on Michael Jordan, the stories surrounding these lawyers provide plenty of conversation starters. Access each issue to read about the legal prowess and determination it takes to become the top five percent and 2.5 percent of attorneys in a region.

From the Vault -- "Inside Man"

In the 2007 edition of Washington D.C. Super Lawyers Magazine, Robert Barnett, the master negotiator and dealmaker of Williams & Connolly, talked about how he closed some of the biggest book deals in publishing and served candidates in seven presidential campaigns.

April Editorial Platforms Current Events

The April issues of Super Lawyers Magazine featured several high profile cultural issues in the United States and how some of the top attorneys in the country are approaching each situation. From immigration to #MeToo, these lawyers showcased the skill and dedication necessary to be the top 5 percent and 2.5 percent of attorneys in a region. Read each issue to see the stories of success, perseverance and integrity from attorneys in Texas, Colorado, New Jersey, San Diego and South Carolina.

From the Vault -- "Help Me"

In the 2008 edition of New Jersey Super Lawyers Magazine, Joseph Hayden of Pashman Stein Walder Hayden took us inside his incredible life and career. From participating in the famous civil rights marches in Selma, Alabama, as a college student to serving as a prosecutor to building one of New Jersey's most celebrated criminal defense practices, Hayden brings all his life experience to bear for his clients.

From the Vault -- "King of the Mountain"

Ski season eventually has to come to an end each year, but Jim Chalat (Chalat Hatten & Banker PC) is busy year-round. In the 2006 edition of Colorado Super Lawyers Magazine, the man behind skilaw.com took us through the ups and downs of his nationally recognized winter sports personal injury practice.

We've Joined Instagram, Maybe You Should Too

The latest stats from Instagram show massive growth. Currently, more than 800 million users are active monthly and that number keeps going up. Beyond user base, the number of US businesses that joined the platform in 2017 saw a huge spike. According to eMarketer, nearly 71 percent of American businesses are on the platform, up from a little less than 50 percent the previous year.

February Editorial Showcases Leading Female Attorneys

Super Lawyers list selectees display skill, leadership and a commitment to becoming the best. They also showcase perseverance and strength in the face of opposition. In February, the cover subject lawyers profiled in North Carolina, Indiana and Georgia exemplified the mettle, curiosity and ingenuity needed to develop into some of the best attorneys in the country.