The National Trial Lawyers Top 100

We are pleased to announce that David A Axelrod has been chosen for the National Trial Lawyers Top 100 – Civil Plaintiff honor. The National Trial Lawyers is a member-driven organization who’s mission is to “promote excellence in the legal profession through advocacy training, networking and education of trial lawyers”, both civil plaintiff and criminal defense attorneys.

The Top 100 is a list of top lawyers from each state or highly-populated regions of certain states. Selected honorees must “demonstrate superior qualifications, leadership skills, and trial results as a legal professional.” The screening and selection process is extensive multi-phase process that uses third party research, peer nominations and detailed evaluation criteria that looks at trial works well as membership in other organizations. This is an annual process without automatic renewal. For more information on The National Trial Lawyers organization, go

Esteemed Lawyers of America

The National Trial Lawyers Top 100 is not the only recent honor that David has received. He has also received recognition from the Esteemed Lawyers of America (ELOA™) organization an organization who’s goal it is to “recognize the most respected lawyers in the country.” Like The National Trial Lawyers, honorees must be nominated, nor is it an automatic acceptance. For David to have been recommended by a peer and selected for membership by ELOA™ speaks to his outstanding reputation within the legal community. For more information on the Esteemed Lawyers of America, go to:

Awards & Memberships

Leading Lawyer Network
Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum
Esteemed Lawyers of America
The National Trial Lawyers
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