Burr & Forman Attorney Rhett Owens Named “Rising Star” of the Birmingham Bar

March 07, 2012

Burr & Forman LLP is pleased to announce that R. Rhett Owens has been named a “Rising Star of the Birmingham Bar” by b-metro magazine.

The Rising Stars are comprised of 20 future leaders and rainmakers of the Birmingham legal community who were nominated and selected based on the criteria of professional reputation, community service and dedication to the practice of law.

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