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Wednesday, February 06, 2013

UC Hastings Alumni Make Annual Southern California Super Lawyers List

Super Lawyers, a national listing service that rates attorneys according to peer recognition and professional achievement, is a coveted honor. In January 2013, four alumni were listed among the Top 100 lawyers, the “Best of the Best,” in Southern California.

Additionally, two women alumni were named to the Southern California list of the “Top 50” women practitioners.

In all, 306 alumni are listed as Super Lawyers or Rising Stars in Southern California. 1,473 alumni are listed nationwide.

“The honors bestowed on our alumni serve as a validation that UC Hastings continues to meet its strategic goal of creating outstanding professionals ready to solve 21st century problems,” said Chancellor and Dean Frank H. Wu.

This year’s Southern California “Best of the Best” from UC Hastings are:

Michael Amir ’99, Doll Amir & Eely, LLP
David M. Alexrad ’77, Horvitz & Levy LLP
Edith R. Matthai ’75, Robie & Matthai
Larry C. Rust ’78, Russ August & Kabat

For the complete list, see here

The following women were named among the Top 50 Women Lawyers in Southern California by Super Lawyers:

Mary Catherine M. Bohen ’85, Law Offices of Mary Catherine M. Bohen
Edith R. Matthai ’75, Robie & Matthai

The full list of the top 50 women is here.

To see where our Super Lawyer and Rising Star alumni practice nationwide, see here.

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