23 Stein Sperling attorneys included on Washington, D.C. Super Lawyers 2017 list
Related Attorney(s): Fred A. Balkin, Millard S. Bennett, Julie B. Christopher, David S. De Jong, David C. Driscoll, Jr., Monica Garcia Harms, Ann G. Jakabcin, Eric J. Rollinger, Jeffrey M. Schwaber, Andrew L. Schwartz, Mark W. Schweighofer, Donald N. Sperling, Paul T. Stein, Steven A. Widdes, Mary Craine Lombardo , Deanna L. Peters, Caroline Ford Bonaviri, Micah A. Bonaviri, Judith G. Cornwell, Elizabeth J. McInturff, Nindiya G. Ramchandani
Washington, D.C. Super Lawyers magazine
Washington, D.C. Super Lawyers magazine, featured in the April 23, 2017, Washington Post Magazine, recognized 23 Stein Sperling attorneys on their 2017 Top 100, Super Lawyers and Rising Stars lists.
Super Lawyers develops an annual list of outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice areas who have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. The selection process includes independent research, peer nominations and peer evaluations. Super Lawyers recognizes no more than five percent of attorneys in each state. The Rising Stars list, which includes attorneys who are 40 or younger or in practice for 10 years or less, recognizes no more than 2.5 percent of attorneys in each state.
In addition to their inclusion in the 2017 Washington, D.C., Super Lawyers list, three Stein Sperling attorneys were included in the Washington, D.C. Top 100 listing:
The following is a complete list of Stein Sperling attorneys included on the 2017 Washington, D.C. Super Lawyers list:
Fred A. Balkin (Personal Injury General: Plaintiff)
Millard S. Bennett (Business/Corporate)
Julie B. Christopher (Family Law)
David S. De Jong (Tax)
David C. Driscoll, Jr. (Criminal Defense)
Monica G. Harms (Family Law)
Ann G. Jakabcin (Estate & Probate)
Mary C. Lombardo (Business Litigation)
Deanna L. Peters (Business Litigation)
Jeffrey M. Schwaber (Business Litigation)
Donald N. Sperling (Employment & Labor)
Paul T. Stein (Family Law)
Steven A. Widdes (Estate & Probate)
The Washington, D.C., 2017 Rising Star list includes:
Caroline Ford Bonaviri (Estate & Probate)
Micah A. Bonaviri (Estate & Probate)
Judith G. Cornwell (Civil Litigation)
Casey Weinberg Florance (Family Law)
Emily Gelmann (Family Law)
Elizabeth McInturff (Civil Litigation)
Nindiya Ramchandani (Personal Injury General: Plaintiff)
Eric J. Rollinger (Tax)
Andrew L. Schwartz (Business/Corporate)
Mark W. Schweighofer (Tax)
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