Gladstone, Weissman, Hirschberg & Schneider, P.a. Principals Peter L. Gladstone and Jeffrey A. Weissman Selected as Members of the Nation’s Top One Percent by the National Association of Distinguished Counsel

Congratulations to Gladstone, Weissman, Hirschberg & Schneider, P.A. Principals Peter L. Gladstone and Jeffrey A. Weissman who were recently selected as members of the Nation’s Top One Percent by the National Association of Distinguished Counsel (NADC).

The NADC is an organization dedicated to promoting legal excellence while recognizing individuals who elevate the standards of the Bar. By virtue of the incredible selectivity of NADC’s appointment process, only the top one percent of attorneys in the U.S. are awarded membership.

After identifying candidates through nominations or an in house research team, the NADC begins a lengthy selection process. The progression of each candidate requires three evaluation stages before finalists are chosen by a judicial review board led by former judges. Although members are primarily recognized for their excellence in the field of law, the NADC also requires individuals to have made valuable contributions to their communities. Members are often featured on major networks and in publications including FOX, NBC, CBS, Time magazine and Newsweek.

Mr. Gladstone and Mr. Weissman are honored to be selected as members of the Nation’s Top One Percent and will continue to pride themselves on discreetly handling complex family law matters with integrity and compassion.

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