National Black Lawyers Top 40 Under 40 Names Ariel Anthony In Tennessee

Tuesday, May 26, 2020
Ariel M. Anthony
Ariel M. Anthony

Husch Blackwell associate Ariel M. Anthony has been selected by The National Black Lawyers for inclusion into its Top 40 Under 40 Black Lawyers in Tennessee.

Based in Husch Blackwell’s Chattanooga office, Ms. Anthony practices in the firm’s Litigation & Alternative Dispute Resolution and Private Wealth groups.

The NBL was created to celebrate legal excellence by promoting attorneys as subject-matter experts, developing a strong national network of top African American attorneys, and facilitating the exchange of timely information to enable members to maintain their status as leaders.

Top 40 Under 40 candidates must be nominated by current NBL members and are evaluated on factors that include an outstanding reputation among peers, the judiciary and the public; notable achievements, settlements, and verdicts as a lawyer; leadership and membership in other national and state specialty lawyer organizations; and rankings and ratings by leading national evaluation organizations.

 


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