Honors and Awards

The attorneys of Britcher Leone LLC have been recognized for their knowledge, experience, leadership and achievements. Below are the entities that have bestowed these awards and honors, as well as brief descriptions of their methodologies.

About Lawdragon 500 Leading Lawyers

First published in 2007, the Lawdragon 500 Leading Consumer Plaintiffs Guide offers a curated look at the best of the U.S. plaintiff bar who specialize in representing individuals who have suffered injuries from accidents, pharmaceuticals, civil rights abuse and other torts. The 500 lawyers selected bring their cases as individual matters as well as in class actions that are increasingly going global. Lawdragon's methodology includes research of top verdicts and settlements and peer input from lawyers nationwide.

The Lawdragon 500 guides are selected from a combination of editorial research by Lawdragon staff; submissions from law firms; and an online nomination form that allows Lawdragon website visitors recommend and comment on their favorite lawyers. Lawdragon states, "editorial research is the most important factor in the selection process, but firm submissions and online nominations are both extremely helpful."
Selection Criteria

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National Association of Distinguished Counsel

Stage One

Candidates are identified either by nomination or an in house research team. Nominations are accepted from members of NADC, fellow attorneys, and current or former clients.

Stage Two

Once prospective candidates are identified, a lengthy vetting process is employed by NADC researchers. The information considered in this review process is sourced from publicly available information, including attorneys' websites, public profiles, client reviews, and case results. Specifically, the research team evaluates factors which include, but are not limited to the following: firm profile and reputation, years of practice, education, training, trial experience, case outcomes, peer endorsements, client reviews, professional awards, professional memberships, leadership in legal organizations, community involvement, disciplinary status, and other noteworthy achievements. Multiple factors are considered by the NADC research team in evaluating its potential members.

Stage Three

A blue ribbon panel of attorneys studies the results provided by the NADC research team. These attorneys, having achieved podium status in their own right by multiple independent organizations, separate and apart from the NADC, are specially positioned with the perspective and knowledge in selecting "Nation's Top Attorneys." While considering the information presented to them, they make careful determinations as to who among their peers possesses the background, accomplishments, and prowess to serve as an example to other attorneys. The result is a list of attorneys who are considered truly elite.

A judicial review board, led by a group of former judges, weighs in on the final candidates. The purpose of this phase is to ensure that those who are named "Nation's Top Attorneys" have epitomized the ideals of the legal profession. They finalize the process of selecting the attorneys whose stellar reputation and exceptional performance exemplify only the highest standards. Those invited as members of the NADC must exhibit qualities becoming of an Officer of the Court, and have also demonstrated admirable character and virtue in the course of their practice of law.


New Jersey Super Lawyers and New Jersey Super Lawyers: Rising Stars

Each year, the research team at Super Lawyers undertakes a rigorous multiphase selection process that includes a nomination process; independent research and evaluation based on 12 indicators of professional achievement and peer recognition; peer evaluation; and final selection. Attorneys are not permitted to nominate themselves.