Eccleston Law: Rated AV Preeminent Attorney for 10 Years By Martindale Hubbell

Posted on October 16th, 2014 at 11:33 AM
Eccleston Law: Rated AV Preeminent Attorney for 10 Years By Martindale Hubbell

James Joseph Eccleston, a lawyer based in Chicago, IL whose primary area of practice is General Practice, rated AV Preeminent® for 10 years by Martindale-Hubbell®

Chicago, IL (PR Newswire) October 16, 2014 - Martindale-Hubbell® has confirmed that attorney James Joseph Eccleston still maintains the AV Preeminent Rating, Martindale-Hubbell's highest possible rating for both ethical standards and legal ability, even after first achieving this rating in 2001.

For more than 130 years, lawyers have relied on the Martindale-Hubbell AV Preeminent® rating while searching for their own expert attorneys. Now anyone can make use of this trusted rating by looking up a lawyer's rating on or The Martindale-Hubbell® AV Preeminent® rating is the highest possible rating for an attorney for both ethical standards and legal ability. This rating represents the pinnacle of professional excellence. It is achieved only after an attorney has been reviewed and recommended by their peers - members of the bar and the judiciary. Congratulations go to James Joseph Eccleston who has achieved the AV Preeminent® Rating from Martindale-Hubbell®.

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