ACTL Elects New Fellows
The American College of Trial Lawyers inducted 73 new fellows at its 2019 Spring Meeting in La Quinta, California. Fellows are expected to possess high ethical and moral standards, as well as excellent character. Consideration for Fellowship also requires that lawyers must be actively engaged in trial work as their principal activity for a minimum of 15 years.
Two ALI members were part of this exceptional group – Karen Burgess of Burgess Law, and Robert A. Zauzmer of the U.S. Attorney’s Office.
View the full list here.
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