DiCello Levitt Partner Amy Keller and Associate Justin Hawal Recognized as 2021 Elite Trial Lawyers by The National Law Journal and American Lawyer Media

May 17, 2021

DiCello Levitt attorneys Amy Keller and Justin Hawal have been recognized as 2021 Elite Trial Lawyers, a partnership between The National Law Journal and American Lawyer Media.

Partner Amy Keller has been named to the 2021 Elite Women of the Plaintiffs Bar, one of only 11 recipients nationwide. This recognition category celebrates women lawyers who have consistently excelled in high-stakes matters on behalf of plaintiffs throughout their careers and within the last year.  This is the second straight year that Amy has received this honor.

Associate Justin Hawal has been named as a 2021 Rising Star of the Plaintiffs Bar, one of 40 attorneys nationwide recognized with that honor.

Editors and reporters from The National Law Journal and American Lawyer Media reviewed hundreds of submissions across more than 25 categories to arrive at these lists. The 2021 Elite Trial Lawyers winners will be announced at the Elite Trial Lawyers event on July 29, 2021 in New York City.

About DiCello Levitt

At DiCello Levitt, we’re dedicated to achieving justice for our clients through class action, business-to-business, public client, whistleblower, and personal injury litigation. Our lawyers are highly respected for their ability to litigate and win cases—whether by trial, settlement, or otherwise—for people who have suffered harm, global corporations that have sustained significant economic losses, and public clients seeking to protect their citizens’ rights and interests. Every day, we put our reputations—and our capital—on the line for our clients.

Our fierce dedication to achieving top-tier results has enabled us to recover more than $16 billion for our clients—all within our first four years of operation. What’s more, we’ve helped to raise the bar for corporate conduct and responsibility, paving the way for a more just and equitable world. 

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