Hatcher Law Group Attorneys Recognized by 2018 Super Lawyers and Rising Stars

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Hatcher Law Group, P.C. announced today that three of the firm’s Charlotte-based attorneys were named among North Carolina Super Lawyers and Rising Stars. The firm’s partners, Greg Hatcher and Paul DeJesse, Jr., were selected to the 2018 North Carolina Super Lawyers list, while attorney, Kyle LeBlanc, was named to the 2018 North Carolina Rising Stars list for the second year in a row.

Hatcher Law Group Attorneys Recognized by 2018 Super Lawyers and Rising Stars

The Super Lawyers distinction is awarded to no more than 5 percent of attorneys in North Carolina each year, while an even narrower 2.5 percent of attorneys in North Carolina receive the Rising Stars distinction.

Hatcher Law Group, P.C. announced today that three of the firm’s Charlotte-based attorneys were named among North Carolina Super Lawyers and Rising Stars. The firm’s partners, Greg Hatcher and Paul DeJesse, Jr., were selected to the 2018 North Carolina Super Lawyers list, while attorney Kyle LeBlanc, was named to the 2018 North Carolina Rising Stars list for the second year in a row. 2018 marks the ninth consecutive year in which Mr. Hatcher has been selected by North Carolina Super Lawyers for recognition in the practice of family law. Mr. DeJesse has been named to North Carolina Super Lawyers for five consecutive years in recognition for his professional achievements in family law.

“Achieving recognition in Super Lawyers is a great honor, as it is a direct reflection of the confidence I’ve earned from my peers in family law. I am humbled by their continued support, and I am extremely proud of my colleagues for earning this distinction.” – Greg Hatcher

Selection to North Carolina Super Lawyers and Rising Stars is contingent on 12 indicators of peer recognition and professional achievement each year. This process includes the evaluation of each nominated attorney’s verdicts and settlements, special licenses and certifications, honors and awards, pro bono and community service involvement, etc. Each attorney is then evaluated by a panel of peers within their primary practice area and final selections are made.

The Super Lawyers distinction is awarded to no more than 5 percent of attorneys in North Carolina each year, while an even narrower 2.5 percent of attorneys in North Carolina receive the Rising Stars distinction.

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