5 HHR Attorneys Included in 2024 Super Lawyers List

 Handler, Henning & Rosenberg LLC is proud to announce that five of our attorneys were selected to the 2024 edition of Super Lawyers®. That represents half of our attorneys—a notable achievement, as Super Lawyers limits its selections to only 5% of attorneys in a given state and practice area. 

This year’s honorees from HHR are: 

Super Lawyers is an annual list that publishes the most renowned attorneys currently practicing across 70 practice areas in each state. Nominees are chosen via peer recommendations, independent research, or a survey of managing partners. Nominating lawyers are asked to name the top attorneys they’ve observed in action; no lawyer can campaign or nominate themselves. 

Nominated attorneys are graded across the following 12 weighed indicators: 

  • Verdicts and settlements 
  • Transactions 
  • Representative clients 
  • Experience 
  • Honors and awards 
  • Special licenses and certifications 
  • Positions within their law firms 
  • Professional and/or bar activity 
  • Pro bono cases and community service 
  • Scholarly lectures and publications 
  • Education and employment background 
  • Exceptional and notable achievements 

Being selected to Super Lawyers is an award that affirms an attorney’s diligence, skill, and commitment to client service. It’s an honor to be included in the list, but it’s an even more special honor for half of our firm to be included at the same time. It validates our approach to client advocacy and the role we’ve played in countless lives. 

Our gratitude to the Super Lawyers selection committee and to our peers and colleagues who nominated each of us. 

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