Shadley Racher & Braun LLP is proud to announce that 20 of our lawyers have
been recognized by Indiana Super Lawyers as Super Lawyers
and Rising Stars in 2017 for achieving a high degree of peer
recognition and professional achievement.
The annual selections are made using a rigorous multi-phased process
that includes a statewide survey of lawyers, an independent research evaluation
of candidates and peer reviews by practice area. Only 5% of the lawyers in the state are named
by Super Lawyers.
2017 Indiana Super Lawyers Magazine has named George Plews to the “Top
10: 2017 Indiana Super Lawyers” list for the fifth consecutive year, ranking
second overall in the number of votes received in Indiana. Chris Braun was named to the “Top 50: 2017 Indiana
Super Lawyers” list, and was selected an Indiana Super Lawyer for the 14th
year in a row.
nearly 60% of the firm’s lawyers were selected for inclusion on the 2017
Indiana Super Lawyers and Rising Stars list, with the firm having more lawyers
named in the Insurance and Environmental categories than any other firm in
attorneys selected for inclusion on the 2017 Super Lawyers list are George
Plews, Chris Braun, Tonya Bond, Jeffrey Claflin, Curt DeVoe, Jeffrey
Featherstun, Brett Nelson, Peter Racher, Amy Romig, and Ali Sylvia.
Stars attorneys are 40 or under, or who have been practicing for 10 years or
less. The nominations for Rising Stars
are made by their peers who have personally observed in action — whether as
opposing counsel or co-counsel, or through other firsthand courtroom
observation. Only 2.5% of the lawyers in
the state receive this honor.
attorneys selected for inclusion on the 2017 Rising Stars list are Colin
Connor, Dan Cory, Greg Gotwald, Angela Green, Sean Hirschten, Shelley Jackson,
Matt Neumann, Thao Nguyen, Todd Relue, and Josh Tatum.
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