Thirty-Four Attorneys Ranked by Peers in Practice.
Foley announced today that 32 partners have been named 2008 Illinois “Super Lawyers” and two attorneys have been named 2008 Illinois “Rising Stars” by Law & Politics Media, Inc.
The 32 Foley attorneys named “Super Lawyers” and their primary practices, as classified by Law & Politics, are:
The two outstanding up-and-coming attorneys named 2008 Illinois “Rising Stars” are Marshall J. Brown and Jill L. Murch. Brown is senior counsel and a member of the firm’s Mechanical and Electromechanical Technologies, Electronics and Trademark, Copyright and Advertising Practices, while Murch is a partner and member of the firm’s Business Reorganization and Real Estate Practices.
To compile its annual list, Law & Politics surveyed more than 47,000 lawyers across Illinois, asking them to vote for the best lawyers they have personally observed conducting business. The final list of “Super Lawyers” features the top five percent of Illinois attorneys in more than 60 areas of practice.
“Rising Stars” are selected based on the criteria that they are 40 years old or younger or have been in practice for 10 years or less. Only 2.5 percent of the best up-and-coming attorneys are named to this elite list. “Super Lawyers” and “Rising Stars” will be published in the February 2008 issues of Illinois Super Lawyers and Chicago magazine.
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