Rusty Hardin & Associates is pleased to announce it has been named to the inaugural Chambers USA Regional Spotlight Texas, a listing of the best small and mid-sized law firms in Texas.
Chambers USA, one of the world’s most prestigious and sought-after legal directories, developed the Regional Spotlight guide to identify and recognize “the leading small to medium-sized law firms offering a credible alternative to Big Law.”
Honored for its strength in dispute resolution, Rusty Hardin & Associates is one of just 85 firms across the state to make the elite listing.
“To be recognized as a firm by Chambers is an immense honor,” said Rusty Hardin. “It is the recognition of what a talented group of lawyers we have here. I am so proud of their work and dedication to their clients – I could not be happier to see that hard work honored in this way.”
Firms included in the guide were chosen from six Texas cities: Austin, Corpus Christi, Dallas, El Paso, Houston, and San Antonio. Honorees were selected based on Chambers’ independent and in-depth market analysis, along with an assessment of experience, expertise, and caliber of legal talent.
This award marks the second time this year the firm has received Chambers USA honors. Earlier this year, Mr. Hardin was named to the Chambers USA guide for a fifth consecutive year, earning the highest possible honor – a national Band 1 ranking – for Litigation: White-Collar Crime and Government Investigations. He also received a Band 1 ranking for Commercial Litigation in Houston, along with a spotlight and national ranking for Litigation: Trial Lawyers.
Published by London-based Chambers and Partners, Chambers USA is highly regarded for its thorough legal guides. Recognition is based on thousands of attorney and client interviews designed to identify law firms and lawyers who demonstrate the top technical legal ability, professional conduct, client service, diligence, commitment, and other qualities most valued by clients.
Read the full list of Chambers Regional Spotlight Texas honorees here.