6 Husch Blackwell Attorneys Named To 2017 Mid-South Super Lawyers And Rising Stars

Friday, November 10, 2017

Mid-South Super Lawyers and Rising Stars named six Husch Blackwell attorneys from the firm’s Chattanooga office to its 2017 lists.

The following Chattanooga attorneys were named to the 2017 Super Lawyers lists:

· Alan Cates

· Ronald I. Feldman

The following Chattanooga attorneys were named to the 2017 Rising Stars list:

· K. Chris Collins

· *Kelsie D. Hanson

· Andrew Hodgson

· *Samantha A. Lunn

* First year named

Covering more than 70 practice areas, Super Lawyers is a directory of lawyers who have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. Only five percent of attorneys are selected to the Super Lawyers list and two and a half percent are selected to the Rising Stars list in each state. The annual selection process includes a statewide survey of lawyers, independent research of candidates and peer reviews by practice area. The Rising Star category is for attorneys who are under 40 years old or who have fewer than 10 years of legal experience.



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