Thoughts on construction law from Christopher G. Hill, Virginia construction lawyer, LEED AP, mediator, and member of the Virginia Legal Elite in Construction Law

Thanks from Construction Law Musings for the Legal Elite 2011 Nod

Virginia Business Legal Elite 2011Recently, Virginia Business Magazine announced its 2011 Legal Elite. The magazine received 1,483 completed ballots nominating nearly 3,900 lawyers. Of that number, 811 attorneys, roughly 20 percent, made the cut for the Legal Elite. The number of nominees and honorees on the list is higher than previous years because of the addition of a new category, Appellate Law. I am proud to announce that my peers here in Virginia have named me once again to the Legal Elite in the Construction category. This makes for a run from 2007 through 2011 of being given this honor.

Among those also named to the Legal Elite in Construction are good friends and fellow construction attorneys John Owen, Tim Hughes (@timrhughes), Brett Marston and Greg St. Ours (these last two are fellow members of the VSB Construction and Public Contracts Section Board). Congratulations to all of you who have been named top construction attorneys in Virginia and to those named in the other categories as tops in their fields of practice. The list includes some great attorneys so I encourage you to look it over.

So, without further ado, thank you from me, Construction Law Musings, and The Law Office of Christopher G. Hill, PC to all of you who tossed my name into the ring and congratulations to all of my friends and colleagues who are named to the Virginia Business Legal Elite for 2011.

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