Tuesday, May 28, 2013

          Alumni Named “Lawyers on the Fast Track”

          The Recorder has named five UC Hastings alumni to its list of 2013 California Lawyers on the Fast Track, “attorneys whose early accomplishments indicate they will be tomorrow's top lawyers and leaders.”

          “The attorneys selected for the second annual Fast Track list stood out among their peers based on their career achievements and leadership roles within their practice, organization or the larger community,” according to the announcement.

          Recorder editors carefully reviewed nearly 200 nominations from around the state before selecting their top 50 for the list. Only California lawyers who graduated from law school in 2003 or later were considered.

          UC Hastings alumni named to this year’s list include:

          All 50 “Lawyers on the Fast Track” will be profiled in a special edition of The Recorder on June 24 and they will be recognized at an awards gala and cocktail reception at the Four Seasons in San Francisco on June 26.

          More: Introducing 50 California Lawyers on the Fast Track

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