Marc Howard Chosen as One of the Best Lawyers in America© for Sixth Consecutive Year
ATLANTA, GA (August 19, 2021) — Leading trial attorney Marc Howard, co-founder of personal injury law firm Pope & Howard, P.C. in Atlanta, Georgia, has been chosen for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America© publication for the sixth year in a row. He was recognized in the 2022 Edition in the following two categories: Personal Injury Litigation – Plaintiffs and Product Liability Litigation – Plaintiffs.
The Best Lawyers in America is one of the legal industry’s oldest peer-review publications. To be included, a lawyer must be nominated by a peer.
“It feels amazing to receive this honor for six straight years,” Howard said. “Accolades like this one help me see I am doing my best work for clients, and it’s humbling to know my colleagues and peers in the legal industry recognize that.”
The Best Lawyers in America publication is designed to help people throughout the United States find the most qualified lawyers in a specific local area. Lawyers from across the country are recognized in 146 different practice areas, with Howard included in two.
“Personal injury and product liability litigation on behalf of my clients are two areas where I focus a lot of my efforts,” Howard added.
Howard and fellow Georgia attorney Geoff Pope started Pope & Howard, P.C. in 2005 with a mission to defend clients with compassion, integrity and purpose. He not only fights to get his clients just compensation in truck and car accident cases, medical malpractice lawsuits and more, but also strongly believes in helping educate fellow lawyers and giving back to his community.
Howard is a past president of the Sandy Springs Bar Association in Georgia and also currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Georgia Appleseed Center for Law & Justice, a nonprofit law center dedicated to increasing justice in Georgia through law and policy reform and community engagement.
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