Eccleston Law: James J. Eccleston Named to the 2014 Illinois Super Lawyer List

Posted on August 27th, 2013 at 3:20 PM

Eccleston Law Offices is pleased to announce that James Eccleston has been named an Illinois Super Lawyer for 2014. Jim has been named a Super Lawyer every year since its inception in Illinois in 2005.

Being named a top attorney in Illinois is an achievement as only 5% of the attorneys in the state are chosen each year. You can’t buy these ratings. Selection for inclusion is based on a statewide peer nomination evaluation process, panel review and independent research of the candidates.

Jim is also an AV Rated attorney by Martindale-Hubbell signifying that he has reached the heights of professional excellence, recognized for the highest levels of skill and integrity. Jim also is a Leading Lawyer for 2014, named by “Leading Lawyers” magazine. Mr. Eccleston is among only seven to hold this title for Employment Law in the state of Illinois.

Jim is the founder and President of the firm and chief strategist  for all of its clients. For more information, call 312-332-0000.

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