Our team at Berry Law is excited to have been recognized by the Global Law Experts as the Military and Veteran Law Firm of the Year in Nebraska (2020). As a firm dedicated to serving Veterans across the country, we are grateful to have been recognized for our efforts in supporting our armed forces with the legal battles they face.
A tedious nomination process ensures only the highest-quality law firms are selected by the London-based organization. The award itself goes to the best of the best. To begin, over 45,000 questionnaires are sent to business leaders, advisers, and in-house counsel around the globe. Then, industry experts recommend a list of lawyers they feel excel in the industry.
The nominations, if eligible, are screened by the Global Law Expert research department who look into the individual lawyer, the firm as a whole, affiliations, clients, and pasts transactional/case history. The nominees are given a score that reflects the impact their firm has on the practice area being examined.
Outstanding nominations are then sent to the Nominations Panel. This panel consists of leading figures in the international legal community, including directors of global law networks/alliances, in-house counsel for major companies, and head of bar associations from around the world. This panel of experienced advocates then selects the best firm for a given practice area.
We are proud to have been awarded the 2020 Military and Veteran Law Firm of the Year in Nebraska. We continue to advocate for our clients to the best of our abilities, and we are happy to find that our efforts have been recognized by a global institution. We have every intention of continuing to serve our Veteran clients to the best of our ability.
Our team consists of Veterans from the Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marine Corps. We understand what Veterans go through and the difficulties they face in the legal realm, especially those applying for disability benefits. As a team full of Veterans, we are proud of the recognition as the best Veterans law firm in Nebraska in 2020.
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