DA O’Malley Inducted into the International Academy of Trial Lawyers

DA Nancy E. O’Malley Inducted into the International Academy of Trial Lawyers

OAKLAND, CA - The Alameda County District Attorney’s Office is pleased to announce that Alameda County District Attorney Nancy E. O’Malley has been inducted into the prestigious International Academy of Trial Lawyers (IATL). The honor was bestowed upon DA O’Malley at the IATL Annual Meeting in Austin, TX, late last week.

Following a comprehensive, rigorous vetting process by peer and judicial review, the Academy inducted DA O’Malley into their ranks.

“I am deeply humbled and grateful to receive this honor,” says DA O’Malley. “I am thrilled to join such an inspiring group of trailblazing trial attorneys from around the world.”

In selecting DA O’Malley, the Academy stated “The International Academy of Trial Lawyers limits membership to 500 Fellows from the United States. The Academy seeks out, identifies, acknowledges and honors those who have achieved a career of excellence through demonstrated skill and ability in jury trials, trials before the court and appellate practice. Members are engaged in civil practice on both the plaintiff’s and the defendant’s side of the courtroom, and the trial of criminal cases. The Academy invites only lawyers who have attained the highest level of advocacy. A comprehensive screening process identifies the most distinguished members of the trial bar by means of both peer and judicial review. Ms. O’Malley has been evaluated by her colleagues and the judges in her jurisdiction and has been highly recommended by them as possessing these qualifications and characteristics.”

About the International Academy of Trial Lawyers

The International Academy of Trial Lawyers seeks out, identifies, acknowledges, and honors those who have achieved a career of excellence through demonstrated skill and ability in jury trials, trials before the court and appellate practice. IATL Members are engaged in the trial of criminal cases, and in civil practice on both the plaintiff’s and the defendant’s side of the courtroom.

Chartered in 1954, the Academy’s general purposes are to cultivate the science of jurisprudence, promote reforms in the law, facilitate the Administration of Justice, and elevate the standards of integrity, honor and courtesy in the legal profession.

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Posted on Mar 28, 2018