Posts tagged "Super Lawyers Editorial"

From the Vault -- Zebra Lawyer Ed Hochuli

The NFL season may still be months away, but it's never too early to study the rulebook-or the refs who enforce it. In the 2007 issue of Southwest Super Lawyers Magazine, we took a look at the career of Phoenix-based personal injury defense attorney Edward G. Hochuli, better known to football fans as well-spoken and physically fit NFL referee Ed Hochuli. An excerpt:

April Editorial Review

Each new issue of Super Lawyers Magazine highlights attorneys throughout their respective states who have a unique approach to the craft. They are well respected by their colleagues, successful in their practice area and dogged in their pursuit of success. Here are their stories from the past month.

Super Lawyers Climbs to the Top of the Rockies and Joins the Best in Indiana

Last week, Top of the Rockies, the Colorado chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists, awarded Super Lawyers first and second place in Legal/General Reporting for two features in our 2016 Colorado Super Lawyers magazine.

From the Vault -- Major Leaguer Ron Motley

This year's edition of South Carolina Super Lawyers Magazine features an in-depth profile on Terry E. Richardson Jr. of Richardson Patrick Westbrook & Brickman. Nine years ago, in the same publication, we told the story of Richardson's former partner, the late, legendary Ronald L. Motley, who famously took on Big Tobacco and al-Qaeda's financial backers. An excerpt:

What Our Readers Have to Say About the Super Lawyers Magazine Redesign

It's been about a year since we relaunched Super Lawyers Magazine with a new, creative look and feel and our readership has spoken. From being much more readable and contemporary to enjoying the shorter, quicker-read articles and newly focused editorial categories the feedback has been overwhelmingly positive.

March Issues Aim At Showcasing Younger Attorneys

The featured attorneys in Super Lawyers Magazines are often chosen not only because of their legal excellence, but because of the interesting lives they've led. The 2017 Texas Super Lawyers Magazine - Rising Stars and the 2017 Colorado Super Lawyers Magazine were both released in March and feature young attorneys who are respected across their state's legal industry.

Scholarships, Emails and a Bad Case of Mistaken Luggage

Super Lawyers selectees are often in the headlines for anything from big settlements to high profile criminal cases to awards and profiles. This happens when you're considered by your peers to be one of the best attorneys in your state. Below are just a few of their stories this month.

From the Vault -- After Columbine

In 2012 issue of Colorado Super Lawyers Magazine, we published an award-winning oral history focusing on the legal fallout of the tragedy in Littleton. We spoke to six attorneys, including James A. Cederberg, who represented one of the victims; and John M. Richilano, who defended a friend of the shooters. An excerpt:

What Makes Super Lawyers Selectees Shine

February saw the release of three new magazines: Georgia Super Lawyers Magazine, San Diego Super Lawyers Magazine and Indiana Super Lawyers Magazine. The new issues introduce the attorneys in Atlanta influenced by early civil rights leaders, the politest lawyer in Indiana and a man out of San Diego who understands the modern attention span. Super Lawyers selectees are nominated because of their success in the field which comes from unique and diverse backgrounds. As these Super Lawyers Magazines proves, each has a story to tell.

From the Vault - The Two Lives of Bernard Taylor

In the 2008 issue of Georgia Super Lawyers Magazine, we published one of Editor-in-Chief Erik Lundegaard's all-time favorite features: a profile of former Detroit undercover cop Bernard Taylor, now a class action and mass torts attorney at Alston & Bird in Atlanta. An excerpt: