Jerome A. Wisselman Selected for the American Society of Legal Advocates
Wisselman, Harounian & Associates is proud to announce that one of our partners, Attorney Jerome Wisselman, was selected for membership in the American Society of Legal Advocates (ASLA).
ASLA is a nationwide legal organization comprised of outstanding attorneys with exceptional professional credentials and a proven record of accomplishment in their given areas of law. As a member, Jerome has demonstrated a high level of commitment to our firm and the legal community as a whole.
This exclusive membership is only offered to a select number of lawyers. In fact, less than 1.5% of attorneys in the United States are invited to join ASLA.
According to societyoflegaladvocates.org, active members of the legal community are involved in ASLA’s selection process. Once a lawyer is nominated, he/she is evaluated by publicly available information. Based on these credentials, current ASLA members assess candidates’ information, such as past case outcomes, and other indicators of self-merit.
In the final state of selection, qualifying candidates are confirmed admission to ASLA and offered voluntary membership. Individuals who elect to become part of ASLA are given not only the distinction of membership but also the unique opportunity to network with other leaders in the legal community.
Our Commitment to Leadership in the Legal Community
At Wisselman, Harounian & Associates, each member of our legal team is dedicated to providing high-quality legal representation for our clients. We are committed to maintaining a reputation for excellence and believe that Jerome’s recent inclusion in ASLA is one of many proofs that point to this fact.
If you are seeking a divorce or matrimonial lawyer in New York, speak with a member of our legal team today. As one of the largest matrimonial law firms on Long Island, we are confident in our ability to help you. Call our office to schedule your first consultation and to see what Wisselman, Harounian & Associates can do for you.