New Record Number of Andrews Myers Attorneys Recognized in Rising Stars List

New Record Number of Andrews Myers Attorneys Recognized in Rising Stars List

Seven Andrews Myers Attorneys Recognized in Texas Rising Stars List


HOUSTON (March 23, 2023) – Seven Andrews Myers attorneys have been recognized among the top young lawyers in Texas by Thomson Reuters’ SuperLawyers. The list appears in the April 2023 Texas SuperLawyers-Rising Stars Edition:

Rising Stars are described as “outstanding young lawyers who have demonstrated superior professional potential.” Fewer than 2.5% of lawyers throughout the state are selected for this recognition, and all candidates must be age 40 and under, practicing 10 years or less, to meet eligibility requirements. Texas Rising Stars are selected by Thomson Reuters’ legal division from nominations by other lawyers across the state, an extensive review by researchers, and a blue-ribbon panel of lawyers.


“Congratulations to a stellar group of young lawyers,” said Tim Ross, Co-Managing Shareholder. “As our firm continues to grow, so do the accolades bestowed upon our younger attorneys, but what’s even more important is the positive impact they have on improving the lives and businesses of our clients. We are incredibly proud they are the future of our firm.”


Founded in 1990, with offices in Houston and Austin, Andrews Myers, Attorneys at Law, is a corporate law firm and recognized market leader in Texas construction law.  The firm focuses on the concentrated disciplines of construction, commercial real estate, corporate and business transactions, and business litigation, with additional emphasis on related issues including bankruptcy and insolvency, employment and capital formation. A seasoned team of attorneys provides timely and cost-effective solutions to the most complex problems facing entrepreneurs and middle-market industry leaders throughout the state and the nation. For more information please visit

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