Portland, OR—Jordan Ramis PC is pleased to announce that seven of the firm’s attorneys have been recognized on the 2014 Super Lawyers’ listing for Oregon and Washington. The publication lists outstanding lawyers who have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. No more than 5 percent of lawyers are listed in either state.
“The selection of our attorneys to the Oregon Super Lawyers and Rising Star listings reaffirms the respect and esteem our work has generated throughout the Pacific Northwest by our clients and peers,” said Steve Shropshire, managing shareholder of Jordan Ramis PC.
Attorney Tim Ramis has been included in the 2014 Oregon Super Lawyers listing for his land use/zoning practice. Tim has appeared on the list for nine consecutive years. Attorney Chris Reive, who is appearing for the fifth consecutive year, has been included in the Oregon listing for his environmental practice. Attorney Leta Gorman has been listed as a Super Lawyer in Oregon for her fourth consecutive year for her product liability practice.
Attorneys Katie Jeremiah, Shelly Damore, and Tegan Schlatter have been recognized in Oregon as Rising Stars in their practices of administrative law and litigation. Attorney James Howsley was recognized as a Rising Star in Washington for his fourth consecutive year for his land use/zoning practice. To be eligible for inclusion as a Rising Star, a candidate must be either 40 or younger or in practice for 10 years or less. No more than 2.5 percent of lawyers in Oregon and Washington are named to this list.
Super Lawyers (www.superlawyers.com) was first published in 1991 by Law & Politics and was acquired by Thomson Reuters in February 2010. The list of attorneys selected as Oregon Super Lawyers appears in Oregon Super Lawyers magazine in July 2014.
Jordan Ramis PC (www.jordanramis.com) was established in 1963 and has offices in Oregon and Washington. Jordan Ramis represents clients throughout the western United States in business, government, and Dirt Law® (real estate, environmental, land use, and construction law).