Cordell & Cordell Raleigh divorce attorney Allie Moore was recently recognized as a North Carolina Rising Star in the family law practice area by Super Lawyers, a Thomson Reuters rating service of outstanding attorneys.
Cordell & Cordell recently announced six new partners are joining the firm’s leadership team:
- Jerrad Ahrens, Management Partner, Omaha, NE
- Kim Gray, Management Partner, Kansas City, MO
- Jason Lasser, Management Partner, Pittsburgh, PA
- Tomekia Lee-Chaney, Litigation Partner, Dallas, TX
- Jill Massey, Litigation Partner, Atlanta, GA
- Dorothy Ripka, Litigation Partner, Cincinnati, OH
The newest partners represent the largest group added at one time in the firm’s 30-year history and come from a wide range of Cordell & Cordell offices, stretching from the Northeast to the Midwest. The newly named leaders also hold a diverse set of litigation and management experience.
“We’re proud to be able to recognize and reward several of our attorneys in this way during a time that continues to be unique and challenging, but is a clear indication of their leadership, legal acumen, and value to the firm,” Cordell & Cordell CEO, Managing Partner Scott Trout said.
Despite the challenges the COVID-19 pandemic has posed for law firms, Cordell & Cordell has stayed true to its ethos of adapting to adversity and celebrating its team members who have helped grow Cordell & Cordell into what it has become today.
“One of the key practices that has continuously driven the firm’s success during the last 30 years has been our ability to identify like-minded attorneys who are dedicated to client service above all else,” Mr. Trout said. “We strive to establish and maintain an environment that attracts legal professionals to make a lifelong career with our team.”
Cordell & Cordell is constantly looking for new ways to better serve men who are facing the difficulties of divorce.