Philadelphia, PA (Vocus/PRWEB) February 24, 2011
The list of America’s most awe-inspiring trial attorneys represents a prestigious group of the best 75 plaintiff’s lawyers in which Jim Beasley, Jr. is ranked. Behrens and Silverman compiled their list after surveying defense counsel, in-house lawyers, and individuals involved in the civil justice reform movement. Their selection was based on attorney expertise and influence. The AMLAW list of top plaintiff's lawyers has made waves among legal blogs throughout the Internet.
Shook, Hardy & Bacon is well known for its defense work in the tobacco litigation arena and as one of the finalists for The American Lawyer’s Litigation Department of the Year. While currently on sabbatical from Shook, Hardy & Bacon to teach at Pepperdine School of Law, Behrens informed The Lit Daily that he wanted to devise the list since many of the big names associated with the plaintiffs bar were no longer practicing. In devising a list constructed through the evaluation of attorneys with extensive legal knowledge and experience, the Shook, Hardy & Bacon Top Plaintiff’s Lawyers list highlights lawyers who have displayed integrity, perseverance, and accomplishment.
In being honored as one of the best trial lawyers in the United States in The Am Law Litigation Daily list, Jim Beasley, Jr. continues to uphold the legendary renown of The Beasley Firm. Jim Beasley, Jr. leads a legal team that is bold, imaginative, and not afraid of taking risks in the face of a challenge.
As managing member of The Beasley Firm, Jim Beasley, Jr. achieves only the most substantial case results for his clients. With winning as the only option, Jim Beasley, Jr. makes sure that all of his clients receive equal, fair, and respectful treatment. Obtaining multimillion dollar courtroom verdicts and settlements not only brings a client justice, but it also helps ensure public safety, welfare, and policy by sending the message that negligence, oversight, and reckless behavior that cause catastrophic injury or death will not go unpunished.