Successful Verdicts

Membership Qualifications

In order to be accepted into membership at, the applying attorney must meet the following qualifications.

The applying attorney must be a current member of the Bar in good standing.


Each case referenced in your application must be one of the following:

  • Trial Verdict or Jury Award*;
  • Arbitration or Mediation Agreement;
  • Final Settlement.
The applying attorney must have acted as principal counsel in each case referenced in the application. Principal counsel is not necessarily limited to one attorney, nor is it limited to the lead attorney in a trial. However, the applying attorney must have been heavily involved with each case referenced in the application.
The applying attorney must provide enough information as to the identity of the case, so that it may be verified**. Approval of the application will generally rely upon the information provided in said application, and declarations made as to its truth.
When citing a jury trial verdict or court trial decision, there must have been entry of a "final judgment." This judgment must be entered (and not subject to change or appeal).
If damages are statutorily limited (e.g., punitive/malpractice caps), the final entered judgment is to be considered the total recovery amount for said case.

* Please note that default/summary judgments will generally not be accepted.

** We understand that many settlements are confidential. Know that the information you provide in your application will not be published or made public. If you wish, you may provide a non-identifying summary of the case (to the extent allowed by the terms of the settlement).

Membership Qualifications