CHARLESTON - U.S. News Media Group and Best Lawyers have released the 2013 “Best Law Firms” rankings, providing a comprehensive view of the U.S. legal profession that is unprecedented both in the range of firms represented and in the range of qualitative and quantitative data used to develop the rankings.
Hendrickson & Long, PLLC has been named to Tier 1 for the categories of: Commercial Litigation and Litigation – Eminent Domain & Condemnation in the Charleston Metropolitan area. The firm was also recognized in the Tier 2 category for Environmental Litigation in the Charleston Metropolitan area.
The third edition of these rankings features law firms given consistently impressive performance ratings by clients and peers. Achieving a high ranking is a special distinction that signals a unique combination of excellence and breadth of expertise.
“The ‘Best Law Firms’ rankings are now in their third year, and the reaction to the rankings from the legal profession and from legal clients continues to be very gratifying,” said Steven Naifeh, president of Best Lawyers. “Because we combine hard data with peer reviews and client assessments, more and more clients inform us that ours are the most thorough, accurate, and helpful rankings of law firms ever developed.”
The national first-tier rankings will be featured in U.S. News & World Report’s Money issue, on newsstands Nov. 20. The national and metropolitan first-tier rankings are featured in the “Best Law Firms” standalone publication, which is being distributed to more than 30,000 general counsel and in digital format to more than 60,000 private practice lawyers worldwide. The rankings in their entirety are posted online at http://bestlawfirms.usnews.com.
About Hendrickson & Long, PLLC
Hendrickson & Long, PLLC is a general litigation firm, formed in July 1994 by David K. Hendrickson and R. Scott Long. The firm is counsel for individuals, local West Virginia companies, national and international companies and is recognized as one of the most progressive legal establishments in the state.