- June 2, 2017
-- The National Association of Distinguished Counsel (NADC) is a nationwide organization that reviews and recognizes lawyers with a true dedication to the best professional standards possible. By honoring those who have dedicated themselves and their practices to the pursuit of perfection, the NADC hopes to make it simpler for potential clients to identify a reliable legal professional when seeking counsel or representation. Through its recognition system, the NADC also helps ensure that Bar associations across the country are continually elevated.
Attorney Scott Vorhees of Johnson, Vorhees & Martucci has recently been selected by the National Association of Distinguished Counsel as one of its Nation's Top One Percent members of 2017. As the title suggests, this distinction can only be given to a maximum of 1% of all practicing attorneys in a given state, and the United States through extrapolation. Attorney Vorhees has also received several other professional recognitions, including multiple selections to Super Lawyers® and an AV Preeminent® Rating by Martindale-Hubbell®
The NADC selection process is broken down into four stages, each one using higher scrutiny than the last. It begins with nominations collected from legal peers, clients, and the NADC's own in-house research group. The second stage considers the most promising of candidates for an in-depth analysis, which considers everything pertinent to the attorney's practice and experience, including but not limited to case results, educational career, public speaking events, and pro bono work. The third stage is conducted by a blue ribbon panel of attorneys that have all achieved podium status, which sets them apart in their own right. Lastly, a review board comprised of former judges will give thoughts on the remaining candidates, approving or disapproving of the final selection.
More information about the National Association of Distinguished Counsel can be found on the organization's website: https://www.distinguishedcounsel.org/
. Interested parties can visit http://www.4stateslaw.com/
to learn more about Attorney Scott Vorhees and Johnson, Vorhees & Martucci, Attorneys at Law.