Thomas E. Miller is Honored as "Super Lawyer"

Mar 06, 2013, 13:03 ET from The Miller Law Firm

SAN FRANCISCO, March 6, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Chosen by his peers for the 7th time in a row, The Miller Law Firm is honored to announce that Tom Miller has been selected as California Super Lawyer in the field of construction litigation. A division of Thomson Reuters, the Super Lawyers rating system provides an annual consumer-oriented listing of leading attorneys by state and practice area. Held by less than 5% of practicing attorneys, the status of Super Lawyer is a public affirmation representing the height of peer recognition and professional achievement in a given field or practice. The selection protocol for Super Lawyers is comprised of independent research, peer nominations and peer evaluations. Tom is unrivaled in this designation. He is the only attorney to hold the title of Super Lawyer in both Northern and Southern California regions.

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This joins the list of honors including: the Thomas E. Miller Moot Court Room at the California Western School of Law in San Diego, the Thomas E. Miller Distinguished Professorship, at the Hastings School of Law in San Francisco, and the Thomas E. Miller Presidents Scholar Center, at the California State University in Long Beach.

The Super Lawyer honorees are published in LA Magazine, OC Magazine, San Francisco Magazine, and Super Lawyers Business Edition

Thomas E. Miller (www.ConstructionDefects.com) is the co-author of, "Home and Condo Defects: A Consumer Guide to Faulty Construction," (Seven Locks Press, 2012), available online at www.amazon.com, as well as the newly released legal treatise, "Handling Construction Defect Claims: Western States" (4th Edition, 2013), published by Wolters Kluwer, and available at www.wolterskluwerlb.com.

Media Contact: Rachel Miller
(415) 437-1800
Rachel@constructiondefects.com

SOURCE The Miller Law Firm



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