Austin Truck Accident Lawyer Carl R. Barry Named to Super Lawyers List for Third Time
Carl R. Barry has been recognized by Super Lawyers magazine for his achievements in the field of personal injury law.
AUSTIN, TEXAS (PRWEB) November 07, 2012
Austin personal injury lawyer Carl R. Barry, a partner with the Barry Law Group, has been named to the Super Lawyers list for personal injury law for the third year in a row in the September issue of the magazine.
Attorneys are chosen for inclusion on the Super Lawyers list by a thorough process that measures peer recognition and professional achievement in one or more of the attorney's practice areas. Super Lawyers magazine had named Barry a Super Lawyers Rising Star in 2010 and 2011.
“This distinction makes me very proud,” Barry said. “Practicing personal injury law has been the most fulfilling job I've ever had, and being named a Super Lawyer is a great accolade for doing something meaningful to me.”
No more than 5 percent of attorneys in Texas receive recognition by Super Lawyers magazine each year.
Barry has been recognized by other legal associations as well. He's been named to the Top 40 Under 40 Texas Trial Attorneys list by the National Trial Lawyers Association and has been inducted as a lifetime member into the Million Dollar Advocates Forum. To find out more about Barry, visit his website to read an in-depth profile.
About the Barry Law Group
The Barry Law Group is a personal injury law firm in Austin, Texas. The firm's principal attorneys Carl R. Barry and Brett A. Burlison have more than 20 years of litigation experience. Carl R. Barry is a member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum and has been recognized as a Texas Super Lawyer Rising Star three times. He's also a Top 40 Under 40 Texas Trial Attorney. Brett A. Burlison is licensed to practice in Texas and California and has been named as a California Super Lawyer Rising Star.
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