Joseph Saveri Selected to Litigation Counsel of America

Joseph Saveri of the Joseph Saveri Law Firm has been selected to become a Fellow in the Litigation Counsel of America (“LCA”).

The LCA is an invitation-only trial lawyer honorary society established to reflect the new face of the American bar. Membership is limited to 3,500 Fellows, representing less than one-half of one percent of American lawyers. The composition of the LCA is aggressively diverse, with recognition of excellence among American litigation and trial counsel across all segments of the bar.

The LCA’s purpose is to:

  • Recognize deserving, experienced, and highly qualified lawyers
  • Provide an outlet for scholarly authorship of legal articles on trial and litigation practice
  • Provide additional sources for professional development
  • Promote superior advocacy and ethical standards in the practice of law
  • Assist in community involvement by its membership, and
  • Advance a superior judiciary, by taking relevant positions on issues or legislation affecting judicial compensation and/or benefits, as well as those affecting the American litigation processes.

Fellows are selected and invited into Fellowship after being evaluated for effectiveness and accomplishment in litigation and trial work, along with ethical reputation. The number of full Fellowships has been kept at an exclusive limit by design, allowing qualifications, diversity, and inclusion to align effectively. Fellows are generally at the partner or shareholder level or are independent practitioners with twelve or more years of experience.

Unless their practice changes from litigation or trial work or their general ethical reputation has been diminished, Fellows may hold their status as long as they desire to be affiliated with the LCA. Fellows who hold such status for seven consecutive years may be designated Senior Fellows. Upon high recommendation by a Fellow, a limited number of Associate Fellows are selected, generally pending qualification for Fellowship. Associate Fellows may include partners or associates from the same firm in which nominating Fellows practice or with any other ethically reputable firm, governmental division or company.