OMAHA, NEBRASKA, March 24, 2022 –
The American Board of Criminal Lawyers (ABCL) selected Omaha attorney Mallory Hughes for fellowship following a rigorous and highly competitive application process. At 37, Hughes is currently the youngest member and one of only four criminal defense lawyers in the state of Nebraska to hold this designation.
The ABCL was founded in 1978 as an exclusive legal honorary society for outstanding criminal lawyers. Membership recognizes an attorney’s successful, ethical performance and a dedication to criminal defense. Admission is by invitation only and requires extensive criminal trial experience and letters of recommendation from judges the attorney has tried cases before.
Membership in the ABCL includes highly regarded criminal defense practitioners throughout the United States, Canada, and Europe. The board meets on a quarterly basis to discuss the cutting-edge practices and evolving case law. Hughes said she is honored to learn from and engage with the top legal minds in the country.
“These are the nation’s best defenders. In many ways this is the Hall of Fame of criminal defense, “said Hughes. “I am honored to be a part of an organization where I will have discussions with some of the most talented, compassionate, and driven criminal defense attorneys in our country about changes to the law and strategies on how to best defend my clients.”
Berry Law was founded in 1965 by legendary attorney John S. Berry, Sr. With over 250 years of combined legal experience and 300 years of combined military service, the team at Berry Law is well equipped to handle the most serious legal needs. The firm represents clients in the areas of Criminal Defense, Personal Injury, and Veterans Law.
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