LawDragon has released the results of its increasingly popular survey of the top lawyers in America. The Top 500 Lawyers includes many familiar names from Carter Phillips to Gerry Spence to Antonin Scalia. I was fortunate to again make the list and appreciate everyone who stuffed the ballot boxes.
Many of the controversial figures from the Bush Administration are not on the final list, including former attorneys general Alberto Gonzales, John Ashcroft, and Michael Mukasey.
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Good job Mr. Turley.
Congratulations, Prof. Turley.
Yeah, well imagine if I was a great legal scholar and they had to place “Mojo” on the list. “Sting” may get a pass … the rest of us here, well, I guess not so much.
Thanks, but if I was on that list, pigs would be flying everywhere!
That was my first thought, too. Not Yoo. Please tell me not Yoo, too!
raff – They probably just felt a bit awkward and embarrassed at the idea of adding the name “rafflaw” to the list. I’m sure you deserved to be there …
Congrats Professor Turley. I am just upset that I didn’t see my name on the list!
I am deeply hurt to not appear on this list! I think it shows a strong bias against “jail-house lawyers” simply because we lack little things like credentials or degrees.
On the other hand I have passed a lot of bars in my life; pausing at only a few for some liquid courage.
OOOPPPS! I meant to write: I’m happy to see Elizabeth WARREN’S name on the list along with yours.
Congratulations! I’m happy to see Elizabeth Warrne’s name on the list along with yours.
Yoo not too.
“Many of the darker figures from the Bush Administration are not on the final list, including former attorneys general Alberto Gonzales, John Ashcroft, and Michael Mukasey are not on the list.”
Notably, Jim Comey is on the list. Congratulations.
Congratulations for a well deserved honor.
Unfortunately they don’t rank the top 500, so I’ll just assume that you’re #1… 😉
Well done, professor!
Honor where honor is due.
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