FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE. Jennifer C. Chiang of Chiang Law Firm, PLLC, has been selected by Martindale-Hubbell to receive the AV Preeminent Rating, which indicates a very high level of both legal ability and ethical standards. The AV Preeminent rating is awarded to attorneys who are ranked at the highest level of professional excellence for their legal expertise, communication skills, and ethical standards by their peers.
Born in Sugar Land, Texas, Jennifer Chiang has served clients for over a decade with their estate planning, probate, business, and real estate needs. Jennifer is also a community advocate and volunteer on several non-profit boards, including Trustee and Nominating Chair of the Texas Bar Foundation, Board Member of the Fort Bend Education Foundation and Board Member of the Fort Bend Children’s Advocacy Center Advisory Board. In 2014, Jennifer also served as a Commissioner of the City of Sugar Land Charter Commission. Jennifer is only one of a few people who are both a graduate of Sugar Land 101 and the Fort Bend Chamber Leadership Class of 2019. Jennifer was also honored by the Fort Bend Business Journal as one of Fort Bend’s Rising Stars in their May 2014 issue.
Marking many firsts, Jennifer is the first Asian American to serve as a Judge in Fort Bend County when she was appointed to serve as an Associate Judge for the Sugar Land Municipal Court in 2015. Since then, Jennifer has dedicated herself to being a fair and effective jurist for the Citizens of Sugar Land.
For more than 130 years, Martindale-Hubbell has been evaluating attorneys for their strong legal ability and high ethical standards through a Peer Review Rating system. Before the 1887 edition of Martindale’s American Law Directory, which was the first publication to provide such ratings to attorneys, there was no way of truly knowing if the lawyer you were considering doing business with was trustworthy, ethical, or skilled in the legal field. Today, Martindale-Hubbell continues to provide verified ratings for attorneys based not only on their legal ability and ethical standards as judged by their peers but also based on reviews from their clients. While the criteria and format of the Peer Review Rating system have evolved since the 1800s - the goal of Martindale-Hubbell ratings remains the same: to help keep the public informed when deciding whether or not to do business with an attorney or law firm.
For more information contact: Jennifer Chiang at 713-568-9206