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Eight Clyde Snow Attorneys Named to 2021 Super Lawyers, Five Rising Stars

by | Jul 21, 2021

We are pleased to announce that eight attorneys from Clyde Snow & Sessions have been named to the 2021 Mountain States Super Lawyers list. Five attorneys were also named to the 2021 Mountain States Rising Stars list.

Congratulations to:

2021 Mountain States Super Lawyers

Ted Barnes – Construction Litigation

Steve Clyde – Energy & Resources

Neil Kaplan – Criminal Defense: White Collar

Brian Lebrecht – Securities & Corporate Finance

Walt Romney – Business Litigation

Clark Sessions – Family Law

Rod Snow – Criminal Defense: White Collar

Peter Stirba – Litigation

2021 Mountain States Rising Stars

Torie Finlinson – Employment & Labor

Emily Lewis – Energy & Resources

Trent Lowe – Business Litigation

Shaunda McNeill – Employment & Labor

Tim Pack – Business Litigation


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