RELEASE: Attorney Michael Yonke Selected To The National Trial Lawyers Top 100 List
Attorney Michael Yonke, Founding Partner of Yonke Law LLC, was once again selected to The National Trial Lawyers: Top 100 list of civil plaintiff trial lawyers in the western Missouri region. Mike has consistently been honored with this distinction and recognition over the past 20+ years.
The National Trial Lawyers’ mission is to promote excellence in law and to foster diversity in the legal profession through advocacy training, networking and education of trial lawyers. The National Trial Lawyers: Top 100 list is composed of premier trial lawyers from each state or region who meet stringent qualifications as civil plaintiff and/or criminal defense trial lawyers.
Selection to the Top 100 List is based on a thorough multi-phase objective and uniformly applied process which includes peer nominations combined with third-party research. Public reputation, nominations from leading lawyers and active leadership roles in other legal organizations are all part of the criteria used to evaluate member attorneys.
Each year, current members are re-evaluated to determine if their activities and accomplishments meet the Top 100’s continued requirements. Mike is humbled to once again receive the status as a Top 100 National Trial Lawyers member.
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Michael Yonke proudly carries on the legacy of his father, the late Albert J. Yonke, known as one of the top practitioners of labor law in Missouri and Kansas, in advocating for the working class and the underdogs of Kansas City.