Sheela Murthy an Immigration Super Lawyer Again this Year!

Attorney Sheela Murthy and the Murthy Law Firm are greatly honored to be the only immigration attorney and law firm to be listed in the Maryland section of the 2009 Super Lawyers: Corporate Counsel Edition, a national publication that is a veritable Who’s Who of the legal profession. The Super Lawyers directory is a go-to resource for corporate clients who want to hire leading legal practitioners in business-related fields.

How was Attorney Murthy selected to this prestigious listing of top lawyers? The selection process has three parts, according to the publisher of Super Lawyers. First, they create a pool of candidates, based on Super Lawyers’ own research, and on nominations from lawyers, clients, and others. Next, each candidate is measured against 12 markers of peer recognition and professional achievement, including: verdicts; settlements; transactions; representative clients; experience; honors and awards; special licenses and certifications; position within the law firm, bar, and/or other professional activity; pro bono and community service; scholarly lectures and writings; education and employment background; and other outstanding achievements. Finally, candidates are peer-reviewed by other lawyers in their primary area of practice. The result of this rigorous screening process is a listing of top lawyers that has been carefully vetted by their professional colleagues.

Attorney Sheela Murthy is proud to be among the select few to be recognized as immigration law practitioners of the first rank – and she is especially proud to be the only immigration Super Lawyer listed for the entire state of Maryland! You need not take Super Lawyers’ word for it – find out for yourself why the Murthy Law Firm has become the byword in excellence for immigration counsel. Contact the firm for to see what we can do for you!




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