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Laura Jordan named a 2017 BTI Client Service All-Star

February 24, 2017

BTI Consulting Group has selected labor and employment partner Laura Jordan as a “2017 Client Service All-Star” based on unprompted client feedback it received during its annual survey of corporate counsel at Fortune 1,000 and other large organizations.

“The only possible avenue for becoming a BTI Client Service All-Star is for corporate counsel to identify an attorney who stands out for delivering superior client service,” noted BTI in its 2017 report. “These attorneys are proactive in building client relationships. They take, and make, the time to understand their clients in-depth — their business, their objectives, and their goals.” BTI recognized 319 All-Stars from across the country in 2017; they represent just 56 firms nationwide.

Laura was recognized as an All-Star in “Labor & Employment.” She provides high-level strategic human resources counseling to executives and HR managers during every phase of employment, from hiring and leaves of absence to terminations and any resulting litigation. Laura serves as primary outside employment counsel to employers across the country, from major financial institutions and large manufacturing operations to small nonprofit organizations. She is a member of Thompson Coburn's Management Committee and the chair of the firm's Women's Initiative.

BTI compiles its All-Star list by asking more than 300 corporate counsel, in an unprompted manner, to name an attorney who truly stands out as delivering the absolute best client service — by name. According to BTI, the leading provider of strategic research to the legal community, Client Service All-Stars possess six key traits: client focus, innovative thought leadership, exceptional understanding of a client’s business, legal skills, outsized value and outstanding results.