Super Lawyers Honors McGuireWoods "Rising Stars" in Richmond

June 18, 2010

In a recent study, Law & Politics magazine named 21 McGuireWoods lawyers from the firm’s Richmond office Virginia Super Lawyers “Rising Stars” for 2010. “Rising Stars” recognizes top up-and-coming attorneys who are 40 years old or younger, or who have been practicing 10 or fewer years. The findings will appear in the publication’s Virginia Super Lawyers magazine and in the July issue of Richmond magazine.

McGuireWoods Richmond 2010 Virginia Super Lawyers “Rising Stars”:

  • James M. Anderson, III, Securities & Corporate Finance
  • Sarah B. Boehm, Bankruptcy & Creditor/Debtor Rights
  • Jennifer M. Campbell, Employment & Labor
  • Jonathan Chiu, Business Litigation
  • Michelle M. Christian, Antitrust Litigation
  • Michael R. Daglio, Personal Injury Defense: Products
  • Regina J. Elbert, Employee Benefits/ERISA
  • William G. Fendley IV, Tax
  • Dana G. Fitzsimons Jr., Estate & Trust Litigation
  • Kristen F. Hager, Estate Planning & Probate
  • Robert F. Holland, Employment & Labor
  • Virginia L. Hudson, Environmental Litigation
  • Bryce D. Jewett, III, Business/Corporate
  • Nathan A. Kottkamp, Healthcare
  • Suzanne S. Long, Bonds/Government Finance
  • Aaron G. McCollough, Bankruptcy & Creditor/Debtor Rights
  • Brian E. Pumphrey, Securities Litigation
  • R. Brent Rawlings, Healthcare
  • Heather N. Stevenson, Environmental
  • Lisa M. Williams, Bonds/Government Finance
  • Michael B. Woodard, Mergers & Acquisitions

As part of the selection process, Law & Politics conducts a regional survey of lawyers who have been in practice for at least five years, asking them to nominate the best attorneys they've personally observed in action. In addition, Law & Politics’ attorney-led research department reviews nominees’ credentials based on a set of evaluation criteria. To ensure a diverse and well-balanced list, the research staff considers factors such as firm size, practice area and geographic location.

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