We are proud to announce that attorney William F. McMurry has been recertified as a Civil Trial Specialist by the National Board of Trial Advocacy (NBTA). The NBTA is a prestigious organization that offers board certifications to attorneys who have demonstrated significant expertise in a specific practice area and have passed stringent tests. Learn more about what it means to be certified by the NTBTA and how William F. McMurry has proven his merit to receive the certification.
What must attorneys do to become NBTA Certified?
To become NBTA certified, an attorney must show extensive knowledge and skill in a specific area of the law. Upon application to become Board Certified, the NBTA will research and screen the applicants’ documentation of their experience and peer references. The NTBTA will also review any disciplinary matters that the attorney has received from official legal bodies. The attorney must also pass an exam that is administered by the NBTA, or an equivalent state board exam, which confirms their knowledge.
If the NBTA verifies an attorney’s experience, references and legal knowledge, then that lawyer will become Board Certified. Attorneys must renew their NTBA certification periodically to prove that they have kept up with the latest developments in the legal world.
Learn more about Mr. McMurry’s career
Attorney William F. McMurry has more than 35 years of Kentucky trial experience and a lengthy record of favorable case results. In addition to being Board Certified as Civil Trial specialist by the NTBA, he is also Board Certified as a Medical and Legal Malpractice Trial Specialist* by the American Board of Professional Liability Attorneys (ABPLA). His years of experience and extensive knowledge of legal malpractice allow him to help clients get the best possible outcome for their cases.
You can learn more about Mr. McMurry’s extensive career by reviewing the about page on the website and seeing his many accomplishments.
*Kentucky does not currently certify attorneys as specialists in any field of law. However, Mr. McMurry has the specific credentials allowing him to be identified as a specialist under the rules of the Kentucky Bar Association in the field of legal malpractice.