Two Harris Lowry Manton LLP Partners Honored on Georgia Super Lawyers Prestigious Top 100 List
Monday, February 11th, 2019
Award-winning trial attorneys Jeff Harris and Steve Lowry — partners at Harris Lowry Manton LLP, a full-service trial law firm with offices in Savannah and Atlanta — have been named to Georgia Super Lawyers’ prestigious Top 100 list of attorneys for the second consecutive year.
“We’re honored to be the only firm in Savannah that has two lawyers named in the Top 100 lawyers in Georgia for two years in a row,” said Steve Lowry, a firm partner and eight-time Georgia Super Lawyer honoree. “We appreciate this recognition and are honored to earn the respect of our peers and to secure justice for our clients.”
In addition, six Harris Lowry Manton LLP attorneys have been honored as 2019 Georgia Super Lawyers and Rising Stars. The Georgia Super Lawyer designation is awarded annually to the top five percent of attorneys in the state based on a criteria of excellence, including professional achievement and peer recognition.
Lowry, a three-time Top 100 honoree, and Harris, an 11-time Georgia Super Lawyer and two-time Top 100 honoree, were each recognized in the Personal Injury General: Plaintiff category. Attorney William L. Ballard, of counsel with Harris Lowry Manton LLP, earned his sixteenth Georgia Super Lawyer designation in the Personal Injury Medical Malpractice: Plaintiff category.
Associate attorneys Andrew J. Conn, Kristy S. Davies and Yvonne S. Godfrey were honored as Rising Stars, which is a designation given to 2.5 percent of Georgia attorneys who meet the Super Lawyer qualifications and are either under the age of 40 or have been practicing law for a decade or less. Conn, a three-time honoree, was recognized in the Personal Injury Products: Plaintiff category, and Davies, a two-time honoree, was recognized in the Personal Injury General: Plaintiff category.
Godfrey received her first Rising Star designation this year after securing Chatham County’s largest medical malpractice verdict, totaling $18 million, in March 2018 alongside Harris and two other Savannah attorneys.