I’ve been named a SuperLawyer among Bay Area bankruptcy lawyers. That makes 10 years running.
It’s flattering, but probably not much more than that.
The real measure of my skills is in the clients’ lives whom I’ve impacted and the young bankruptcy lawyers I’ve mentored.
And I’m going to be teaching new bankruptcy lawyers and their staffs at the NACBA convention in Denver in April. I love sharing what I know about this practice.
In the meantime, I’m waiting for my cape to be delivered, along with flight instructions.