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Butler Snow lawyers are recognized regionally and nationally for their expertise and contributions to the profession. Butler Snow’s core values are reflected by these honors and in the satisfaction of our clients. 

Our litigators are Fellows of the American College of Trial Lawyers and members of the American Board of Trial Advocates and College of Labor and Employment Lawyers.  They have been recognized in the International Who’s Who of Business Lawyers, named in the Who’s Who Among International Product Liability Lawyers and several are members of the Product Liability Advisory Council (PLAC). The firm’s trial lawyers have directed and served on the faculty of the IADC Defense Counsel Trial Academy, the ABA’s TIPS National Trial Academy and the National Advocacy Center for the United States Department of Justice. Butler Snow attorneys also hold leadership positions in the Business Law and Litigation Sections of the American Bar Association, and almost one-half are rated AV by Martindale-Hubbell. 

Nearly one-half of all Butler Snow attorneys are listed in The Best Lawyers in America® 2014, including 167 listings in 48 practice areas from litigation, alternative dispute resolution, bankruptcy and real estate, to intellectual property, corporate law practices, appellate law and labor and employment. 

117 Butler Snow attorneys were named to Super Lawyers® and Rising Stars® 2013. A few of the practice areas where Butler Snow was highlighted include Healthcare, Personal Injury Defense, Business Litigation, Employment and Labor, Appellate, Securities and Corporate Finance.

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In 1997, the members of Butler Snow established the Butler Snow LLP Foundation. The initial funding for the Foundation was a generous gift from one of Butler Snow's clients, made in appreciation for Butler Snow's representation related to a major transaction. Since then, Butler Snow has made annual contributions to the Foundation.

Each year the Foundation makes gifts or grants to deserving organizations, primarily those serving the needs of the communities in which Butler Snow has offices. The Foundation's first grant was to the Mississippi Episcopal AIDS Committee, which provided financial assistance for essential medications.

Over the years, the Foundation's grants have bought vans for two separate organizations serving the needs of the indigent or working poor, repaired facilities of a rescue mission serving the homeless, contributed to affordable housing for families who otherwise would have no possibility of home ownership, and supported capital improvement needs for organizations providing educational opportunities for at-risk children, youth and adults. After Hurricane Katrina ravaged the Gulf Coast in 2005, the Foundation made grants to five separate organizations, all of which were helping directly affected individuals and families rebuild their lives. At Butler Snow, we are committed to improving the communities in which we work and live - The Butler Snow Foundation is just one example of that commitment.