Kay Anderle inducted into Litigation Counsel of America, elite trial lawyer honorary society

April 29, 2016  |   Recent Posts   |     |   Comments Off on Kay Anderle inducted into Litigation Counsel of America, elite trial lawyer honorary society

Scottsdale, Arizona – On April 21, 2016, attorney Kay Anderle, of Keller/Anderle LLP, a nationally-recognized law firm based in Irvine, California, was formally inducted into the Litigation Counsel of America at the LCA’s 2016 “Spring Conference & Celebration of Fellows.”  The Celebration of Fellows Gala was held at the Fairmont Scottsdale Princess in Arizona.

Anderle is listed in the elite “The Best Lawyers in America®” in both white collar and non-white collar criminal defense, and was selected as Orange County Lawyer of the Year 2014 (Criminal Defense: Non-White Collar).  Her versatility as a trial attorney and skilled negotiator gives her clients a multi-dimensional advocate who can quickly assess their case and devise a winning strategy. Other honors and awards have included: National Trial Lawyers, Top 100 Trial Lawyers in California; Los Angeles Magazine, “Southern California Superlawyers, White Collar Criminal Defense”; and Martindale-Hubbell “AV” rated.

The Litigation Counsel of America is a trial lawyer honorary society composed of less than one-half of one percent of American lawyers. Fellowship in the Litigation Counsel of America is highly selective and by invitation only.  Fellows are selected based upon evaluations of excellence, effectiveness and accomplishment in litigation, and superior ethical reputation.  The LCA seeks a high level of diversity in its composition and includes Women’s and Diversity Initiatives.  Established as a trial and appellate lawyer honorary society reflecting the American bar in the twenty-first century, the LCA represents the best in law among its membership.

 

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