An attorney’s quality is found not only in their results, but also in their ability to reshape the legal field, to exercise both wisdom and creativity during trial, and to make the world a better place through advocacy.
One of the best ways to find attorneys like that is to find out who other attorneys trust.
The Lawdragon 500 Leading Lawyers publication is a guide dedicated to finding the 500 attorneys nationwide who most exemplify those qualities: attorneys who get results while changing the way the law is practiced for the better. With rigorous research methods and a keen sense of how the legal industry works, Lawdragon produces one of the most insightful legal guides in the industry.
Our firm is thrilled to announce that our founding partners, Kurt Arnold and Jason Itkin, have been selected to the 15th edition of the Lawdragon 500 Leading Lawyers list. This marks the fourth consecutive year Lawdragon has honored them.
What the Lawdragon 500 Award Signifies
Lawdragon is one of the premier publishers of legal material in the United States. They release multiple annual legal guides, as well as a magazine that features articles about legal trends, attorneys of note, and other content. The flagship award of their publishing division is the 500 Leading Lawyers list, which only includes 500 lawyers nationwide; the site calls this award “the most elite distinction in the profession.”
The selected attorneys are chosen from firms of all sizes and practice areas nationwide. Lawdragon legal researchers compile nominations, research notable verdicts and settlements, and survey lawyers and litigators all over the country to create a list of the most highly regarded and high-performing professionals in the field. The final attorneys are then chosen only by meeting a high bar: if they are known for “defining the law” in their respective fields.
Many of the attorneys on the list are chosen by their colleagues for being the lawyers they would call if they needed an advocate. In other words, the Lawdragon 500 Leading Lawyers includes professionals you’d consider “an attorney’s attorney.”
Our firm thanks our colleagues and Lawdragon for honoring us once again. We’ll keep striving to exemplify what it means to be an advocate in these uncertain times.