Andrew Fraser, Esq., Partner and Head of Laddey, Clark & Ryan’s Personal Injury Practice Group, has recently been nominated for Fellowship in the International Society of Barristers, a prestigious group of 700 exceptional trial advocates throughout the world.
“I am extremely honored to be elected as a member of such an exclusive society,” states Fraser. He added, “It is humbling and gratifying to be recognized by Fellows of this international association.”
The International Society of Barristers brings together a limited membership of lawyers who are considered “outstanding in the field of advocacy.” The Society is by invitation only after a screening process assessed by the Fellows to identify trial lawyers who meet its standards. The Society elects lawyers whose qualities include integrity, honor, and collegiality that embody the spirit of the true professional. They are dedicated to the preservation of the adversary system and defending the right to trial by jury. The Society has Fellows in several countries including United States, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands, and from Australia, Canada, England, Ireland, and Scotland.
Andrew Fraser is a Certified Civil Trial Attorney, a Super Lawyer and a Partner at the Sparta law firm, Laddey, Clark & Ryan, LLP where he heads the firm’s Personal Injury Practice Group. He is listed by the National Trial Lawyers Association as a Top 100 Trial Lawyer in New Jersey. Fraser and the Personal Injury Group at Laddey, Clark & Ryan, have obtained multiple personal injury verdicts in excess of $1,000,000.00, including some of the largest personal injury verdicts in NJ. The LCR Personal Injury Team has developed a concentration in handling spinal damage cases caused by trauma including auto crashes. Andy and Tim Dinan were also inducted into the New Jersey Law Journal’s Hall of Fame for achieving the largest personal injury verdicts in NJ for auto and elevator cases. Andy and his team have also developed a concentration in elevator cases and they have co-counseled and consulted with out-of-state attorneys to litigate elevator cases outside of NJ.