The International Academy of Trial Lawyers has initiated Charla Aldous, a Dallas trial lawyer and the founder of the Aldous Law Firm. Lifetime membership in this organization is prestigious and rare. This year, only 24 lawyers worldwide were inducted into the organization. The ceremony took place during the organization’s yearly meeting in April 2010, in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Of her induction into the International Academy of Trial Lawyers, Ms. Aldous said: “It’s a great honor to join such an elite group of attorneys. This organization truly represents the highest standards of the legal profession.”
Membership in the International Academy of Trial Lawyers is one of the most prestigious and defining honors an attorney can achieve. Only 500 active fellows in the United States may be chosen as members. The last 100 members are attorneys from around the world. In order to be chosen, attorneys are subjected to a lengthy and stringent evaluation process. Factors considered in the process include integrity, trial skills, legal skills, case results, and more.
The International Academy of Trial Lawyers has been around since 1954. Its goal is to advance high standards in the legal community by pushing for justice and integrity at all times and reform where needed. The feeling of kinship among the members is also an important component of its service to the legal community.
Ms. Aldous is a celebrated Dallas trial lawyer with a long record of case successes, including the title “Trial Lawyer of the Year” in 2008 from the American Board of Trial Advocates, Texas Chapter. She has also been named one of the top five personal injury attorneys in Texas by Texas Lawyer newspaper, and The National Law Journal named her one of the top 10 winning lawyers nationwide.
For more information about the Aldous Law Firm and Attorney Aldous, contact the firm today.