John Hueston Inducted into American College of Trial Lawyers
John Hueston was inducted as a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers, during a ceremony at the organization’s annual meeting. Founded in 1950, the College recognizes the best trial lawyers in America. Membership is extended by invitation only after “an intensive investigation to confirm that a candidate is a truly outstanding trial lawyer who demonstrates the highest degree of professionalism, ethics, and civility.” Fellows must have at least 15 years of active trial practice, and must be recognized as a leading trial lawyer “by the judges they practice before and the opponents they try cases against.”
Hueston joins fellow Hueston Hennigan co-founder Brian Hennigan, who was inducted into the College in 2008.