Seven Bradley Attorneys Recognized in 2022 Texas Rising Stars List
Bradley is pleased to announce that seven attorneys across the firm’s Dallas and Houston offices have been named to the 2022 Texas Super Lawyers Magazine’s Texas Rising Stars list. Bradley Partner Mary Elizondo Frazier has also been recognized in the “Up and Coming 50: 2022 Women Texas Rising Stars” and the “Up and Coming 100: 2022 Texas Rising Stars” Top Lists, indicating high point totals earned during the Super Lawyers selection process.
“This a well-deserved recognition for an outstanding group of young attorneys who have demonstrated their ability to produce high-level work across a variety of practices, and we congratulate them on this honor,” said Bradley Houston Office Managing Partner Ian P. Faria.
Bradley Dallas Office Managing Partner Richard A. Sayles added, “Our Dallas and Houston attorneys are committed to providing exceptional client service, and they have worked steadily to enhance our presence in Texas.”
The Bradley attorneys included in the 2022 Texas Rising Stars list are:
- Samuel T. Acker, partner (Business Litigation)
- Melissa Gutierrez Alonso, associate (Consumer Law)
- Mary Elizondo Frazier, partner (Business Litigation)
- Stephanie C. Gaston, partner (Employment & Labor)
- Ryan T. Kinder, partner (Business Litigation)
- Philip J. Morgan, associate (Civil Litigation: Defense)
- Saira S. Siddiqui, associate (Construction Litigation)
Attorneys included in the Texas Super Lawyers Magazine Texas Rising Stars list must be 40 years old or younger or in practice for no more than 10 years. No more than 2.5% of lawyers in Texas are included in the Texas Rising Stars list each year. Honorees are selected using a patented multiphase process combining peer nominations and evaluations with independent research. Candidates are evaluated on 12 indicators of peer recognition and professional achievement. Super Lawyers is part of Thomson Reuters.
The full methodology for Super Lawyers Magazine is available here. Unless otherwise indicated, this information is not certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.