St. Petersburg, Fla., June 4, 2020 – Lewis, Longman & Walker attorney Richard Green has been selected as a 2020 Rising Star in the area of administrative law by Florida Super Lawyers. Mr. Green shares this designation with only 2.5% of all attorneys in Florida.
Additionally, LLW West Palm Beach attorneys Kathryn Rossmell has been named a Rising Star in the area of environmental law, and Rachael Santana has been named a Rising Star in the area of land use and zoning. Each Rising Star candidate is evaluated on 12 indicators of peer recognition and professional achievement.
LLW West Palm Beach attorneys Michelle Diffenderfer, Terry Lewis and Alfred Malefatto have been selected as 2020 Super Lawyers in the area of environmental law, LLW Jacksonville attorney Wayne Flowers in the area of environmental litigation, and LLW Tallahassee attorney Anne Longman in the area of administrative law.
Super Lawyers and Rising Stars are nominated by fellow attorneys who have personally observed them in action, whether as opposing counsel, co-counsel or through other firsthand observations in the courtroom. Attorney backgrounds and professional achievements are researched before the final decision is made to include them in the lists.
Lewis, Longman & Walker, P.A. is a statewide law firm with 30 attorneys and over 25 years of experience practicing in the areas of environmental, land use, real estate, litigation, legislative and governmental affairs. LLW has the experience to navigate complex local, state, and federal laws and regulations. Our offices are in Jacksonville, Tallahassee, Tampa, St. Petersburg and West Palm Beach. For more detailed information on our qualifications, visit our website at www.llw-law.com.