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Alexander Dubose & Jefferson Earns Top Appellate Recognition in 2021 Chambers USA Guide

AUSTIN – Chambers & Partners has recognized Alexander Dubose & Jefferson (ADJ) with a Band 1 ranking – the highest level – in appellate litigation. The firm is only one of three Texas firms to earn this level of distinction for appellate work.

In total, 10 ADJ appellate litigators earned recognition from Chambers in 2021, including Band 1 rankings in Litigation: Appellate – Texas for former Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Texas Wallace B. Jefferson and ADJ founding partner Douglas W. Alexander. Chambers also recognized the work of ADJ’s Chair of U.S. Supreme Court and federal appellate practice Daniel L. Geyser.

“We are honored to receive this level of recognition from such a distinguished entity such as Chambers and Partners,” said ADJ managing partner Marcy Hogan Greer. “Acknowledgment of our firm’s place among the country’s elite appellate practitioners reflects the talent and depth of the lawyers we have on our bench. Our team of former justices and prominent appellate attorneys work tirelessly to provide clients with the highest level of service and sophistication, and earning a Chambers ranking affirms that our efforts are recognized not only by Chambers, but also by our clients and our peers.”

The feedback reported by Chambers confirms this high regard.  As one client remarked, “(ADJ attorneys) are hands-down the best appellate lawyers in Texas.” Another praised the firm for having “exceptional talents and multiple subject matters to draw from.”  One Chambers respondent summed up ADJ this way: “I look to them for guidance and insights and rank them among the highest of all the appellate teams I’ve worked with or been against.”

The following ADJ attorneys received band ranking in the 2021 Chambers USA Guide:

  • BAND 1

Douglas W. Alexander Litigation: Appellate – Texas

Wallace B. Jefferson Litigation: Appellate – Texas

  • BAND 2

Kevin Dubose Litigation: Appellate – Texas

  • BAND 3

Marcy Hogan Greer Litigation: Appellate – Texas

  • BAND 4

Kirsten M. Castañeda Litigation: Appellate – Texas

Robert Dubose Litigation: Appellate – Texas

Rachel Ekery Litigation: Appellate – Texas

Charles Frazier Litigation: Appellate – Texas

Daniel L. Geyser Appellate Law – USA – Nationwide

Amy Warr Litigation: Appellate – Texas

Chambers & Partners is an independent research company, operating across 200 jurisdictions to deliver detailed rankings into the world’s leading law firms and lawyers. Law firms and legal practitioners are selected and ranked based on technical legal ability, client service, commercial vision and business understanding, diligence, value, and depth of teams. Chambers compiles this information from both its own research and client input.

“Recognition would not be possible without the dedication of our top-notch lawyers and continued support and trust from our clients and peers. We want to thank everyone who provided feedback to Chambers’s research team. Even more important than their contribution to our receiving this honor is the knowledge that our work is meeting, and even exceeding, our clients’ expectations and needs,” adds Ms. Greer.

Attorneys at Alexander Dubose & Jefferson LLP collaborate closely with clients at all stages of litigation, including: pretrial strategy to maximize the odds of a favorable outcome at trial; in-trial support including preserving error, issue identification, and trial briefing; and post-trial management of all aspects of the appeal. With offices in Austin, Dallas, Houston, and San Antonio, the firm’s bench of seasoned appellate lawyers includes a former Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Texas, a former Justice of the Supreme Court of Texas, a former Chief Justice of the Austin Court of Appeals, a former Justice of the Houston (14th) Court of Appeals, as well as multiple former staff attorneys and law clerks of the Supreme Court of Texas and the U.S. Courts of Appeals for the Fifth and Sixth Circuits. Click here to learn more about ADJ.