17 Carr Allison Attorneys Recognized by Mid-South Super Lawyers

Carr Allison congratulates 17 attorneys who have earned recognition from Mid-South Super Lawyers.  Ten attorneys have been selected to the Mid-South Super Lawyers list for 2017:  Brett Adair, Russell Q. Allison, Douglas Bagwell, Charles F. Carr, Joseph H. Driver, Glenn E. Ireland, Donald B. Kirkpatrick, II, Thomas L. Oliver, II, Lea Richmond, IV and Brett A. Ross.

In addition, seven Carr Allison attorneys were selected as Mid-South Rising Stars:  Andrew P. Anderson, Robert Arnwine, Evan P. Baggett, Shaun A. DeCoudres, Virginia F. Gambacurta, Elizabeth J. Kanter and Jordan D. Watson.

Super Lawyers and Rising Stars are selected by using a process of peer nominations, peer evaluations and third-party research.  Only five percent of all lawyers in the state are recognized by Super Lawyers each year.  Eligibility for Rising Stars is subject to those 40 years old or younger or in practice for 10 years or less.  Each year no more than 2.5 percent of attorneys in the state are selected to the Rising Stars list.

 

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