Formal Attorney Nominations
Our Organization invites Attorneys in each state to nominate outstanding Attorneys that they have personally observed in the legal profession. Attorneys are welcome to nominate Attorneys in their own law firm or Attorneys practicing in as a sole practitioner or in another law firm.
Attorneys cannot nominate themselves.
There is absolutely no guarantee of selection and acceptance.
Less than one percent of the total lawyers in each state are accepted for membership inclusion in Best Attorneys of America.
Initial Invitations and/or Subsequent Nominations
Best Attorneys of America does not disclose the reasons for specific invitations to join our private organization. Our initial invitation decisions on a variety of factors which may include an Attorney’s experience, reputation, honors, legal activities, involvement in State Bar Associations, published articles and/or other insightful information.
Our invitations are ultimately made on a subjective basis. We have invited talented Attorneys from a variety of legal fields. Likewise, we have invited Attorneys with various years of practice as we seek a diversified Charter Membership base, which despite many differences, is composed of Attorneys who excel at what they do. Congratulations to those invited.
Of course, please note that use of logos and other information regarding Membership is subject to any limitations of your particular state rules of professional conduct and responsibility. These rules do change.
Potential Member Attorneys may enter eligibility for Membership by being formally Nominated by a peer or if identified by our research team during the research process.