Houston, TX (PRWEB) October 24, 2016
Attorney Mark Thiessen of Thiessen Law Firm, LLC has received the Thomson Reuters’ Super Lawyers award for the fourth consecutive year. Awarded to legal professionals who have demonstrated a high degree of achievement in their field, the honor is a result of Thiessen’s outstanding professional achievement and peer recognition.
“I am extremely honored to receive this prestigious award,” said founder Mark Thiessen. “It’s a testament to the relentless passion and dedication of our entire staff at Thiessen Law Firm, as well as our commitment to the success of our clients.”
Thiessen has consistently set high standards in his field since establishing Thiessen Law Firm in 2011. His scientific investigation process and comprehensive list of victories have led to overwhelmingly positive testimonials and results.
Thiessen first earned the recognition in 2013, becoming one of the youngest lawyers to ever receive the honor. He was also awarded Thomson Reuters’ Rising Star award in 2012—typically awarded to legal professionals 40 years or younger or in practice for more than 10 years.
No more than five percent of a state’s attorneys are named Super Lawyers, making it one of the most competitive achievements in the industry. Blending rigorously-monitored peer nominations and third-party research on each candidate’s credentials, the patented approach analyzes a total of 12 indicators of professional excellence before making a final decision. A full description of the selection methodology can be found at http://www.superlawyers.com/about/selection_process.html.
About Thiessen Law Firm
Since Thiessen Law Firm opened its doors in July 2011, the firm has experienced tremendous success. Having already represented hundreds of DWI clients and achieved numerous dismissals, Thiessen Law Firm has now expanded to include two associates, two paralegals, a marketing director, a process server and an investigator. Thiessen Law Firm is located in the Heights of Houston, next to Jed Silverman and Associates.