Sowell Gray Stepp & Laffitte, LLC is pleased to announce Tina Cundari and Amy Hill have been highlighted as Rising Stars in the 2014 edition of South Carolina Super Lawyers®. The annual publication is distributed to attorneys and law schools across the United States, reaching more than 13 million readers annually.
Rising Stars are up-and-coming attorneys who are either younger than 40 or who have been practicing for 10 years or fewer. Cundari and Hill, both members at Sowell Gray, are being recognized for their third consecutive year as business litigators.
Selection to the annual Super Lawyers guide is based on peer nominations, independent research and a review by attorneys in the same practice areas. Each candidate is evaluated on 12 indicators.
In addition to Cundari and Hill, six Sowell Gray members were named 2014 Super Lawyers. Betsy Gray was named one of the Top 10 attorneys in the state in the area of business litigation, while Bobby Stepp was named in the state’s Top 25 business litigators.
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