The American Institute of Criminal Law Attorneys (AIOCLA) is an organization seeking to recognize attorneys throughout the country for their excellence and skill. The Schneider Law Firm is proud to announce that lead attorney and founder Cris Schneider was recently presented with two different awards from the AIOCLA.
Attorney Schneider was accepted as a member of the AIOCLA when he was awarded as one of the 10 Best Attorneys in Georgia and for having one of the 10 Best Law Firms. This is an immense honor that says a lot about the caliber of both Attorney Schneider and his law firm.
How are candidates evaluated by the AIOCLA?
As an impartial third-party attorney rating organization, the AIOCLA is careful to only award the best of the best. A large part of this is ensuring that the attorneys are striving to achieve success for the sole benefit of their client as opposed to doing so for personal gain.
In order to be selected as one of the 10 Best, each attorney must:
- Be formally nominated by the Institute, a client, and/or a fellow attorney
- Have reached the highest level of personal achievement in his or her field of law
- Have done so with an impeccable Client Satisfaction rating
Each of these standards is especially true for Attorney Schneider, as he has been awarded multiple times over the years and maintains a 10.0 "Superb" Rating on Avvo. More than anything, he believes that the client comes first and does whatever it takes to preserve their best interests until favorable case results have been achieved.
Candidates are also reviewed based on a number of other factors, including awards, publications, and continued education. Not only is Attorney Schneider a member of The National Trial Lawyers: Top 100 Trial Lawyers, he is also the vice president of the Georgia Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers.
Attorney Schneider is grateful to have received these honorable awards. If you are in need of a criminal defense lawyer in the Savannah area, don't hesitate to contact The Schneider Law Firm for award-winning and client-centered representation.