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Rosemarie Hill, a shareholder in the law firm of Chambliss, Bahner & Stophel P.C., has been inducted as a Life Fellow of the American Bar Foundation’s global honorary society, the Fellows. Membership in the Fellows is limited to one percent of lawyers licensed to practice in each jurisdiction and is dictated by peer nomination, as well as election by the board of the American Bar Foundation.
“It is truly an honor to be recognized among my peers as a fellow,” said Ms. Hill, labor and employment section chair at Chambliss. “I have been very fortunate to represent a wide array of clients and strive to provide effective counsel that adheres to the highest professional and ethical standards.”
Ms. Hill is recognized as a fellow for the American, Chattanooga and Tennessee Bar Foundations, as well as the American College of Trial Lawyers. In addition, she is ranked on the Mid-South Super Lawyers and Best Lawyers in America national rankings lists.
“Ms. Hill provides quick assistance and pragmatic solutions to manufacturing and service companies, universities, colleges, private schools and health care providers, among other employers seeking counsel on a wide variety of employment-related issues and trial work,” officials said.