Posted on August 15, 2019 in In The News
MIAMI, August 15, 2019– Best Lawyers®, which bases its recognition solely on peer-review, announced its 26th Edition of The Best Lawyers in America on August 15, 2019.
Bast Amron is delighted to announce that the following four of our attorneys were selected for the recognition:
“I, along with my colleagues, Jeffrey Bast, Scott Brown and Brian Tannebaum have once again been recognized among the Best Lawyers in America,” states Brett Amron, Partner at Bast Amron. “I am grateful for the opportunity to practice alongside such talented attorneys, who happen to be even better human beings. Thank you to our team, clients and family members for their ongoing and unending support.”
Attorneys named to The Best Lawyers in America were recognized by their peers in the legal industry for their professional excellence in 145 practice areas.
Best Lawyers was founded in 1981 with the purpose of highlighting the extraordinary accomplishments of those in the legal profession. The process begins when attorneys are nominated for consideration. They are then divided by geographic region and practice areas, and are evaluated by their peers on the basis of professional expertise. Those who receive high peer reviews undergo an authentication process to make sure they are currently practicing and in good standing. Only then can these top attorneys be recognized by Best Lawyers.
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More about The Best Lawyers in America
Recognition by Best Lawyers is based entirely on peer review. Our methodology is designed to capture, as accurately as possible, the consensus opinion of leading lawyers about the professional abilities of their colleagues within the same geographical area and legal practice area.
Best Lawyers employs a sophisticated, conscientious, rational, and transparent survey process designed to elicit meaningful and substantive evaluations of the quality of legal services. Our belief has always been that the quality of a peer review survey is directly related to the quality of the voters.