Experienced attorney Pat T. Dicesare, II is back on familiar ground, having been selected to Super Lawyers yet again in 2023.
This is the 13th year in a row that Mr. Dicesare has been chosen as a Super Lawyer, starting back in 2011. It’s an incredible honor and is a distinction that he works hard to uphold every year, as illustrated by his robust track record of success.
How the Super Lawyers selection process works
The rigorous selection process has multiple phases. Notably, lawyers are not allowed to campaign for inclusion. They also cannot nominate themselves, but must be nominated by their peers. This approach maintains the integrity of the selection process and illustrates that those who make it through do so because of their exceptional work ethic and incredible understanding of the legal field.
After a lawyer has been nominated, the second step is independent research. Professional achievement is identified by assigning various point values to honors and awards, special licenses and certifications, verdicts and settlements, community service, scholarly lectures and other measures of professional excellence. An individual’s body of work is examined to assess how each nominee stands out in service of those who are seeking legal representation.
When research has been completed, the nominees are then evaluated by their peers. This is done with a focus on each person’s primary practice area. The evaluation is carried out by the candidates who have the highest point totals, who are then assigned to the Blue Ribbon Panel. The panel makes the final selection.
Super Lawyers is an exclusive honor
This final selection is incredibly exclusive. Only 5% of attorneys are selected to Super Lawyers. To have consistently received this recognition for 13 years in a row is an astounding achievement for Mr. Dicesare. It shows an incredibly high level of professionalism and dedication to his craft. Additionally, it demonstrates that he is held in the utmost respect by his peers, who both nominated him and then selected him through the Blue Ribbon Panel. Congratulations are certainly in order.