Ronald Motley, of Motley Rice, one of the nation’s largest plaintiffs’ litigation firms, received the prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award for 2010 at the AAJ annual convention in Vancouver, Canada today.
Motley was named the 2010 recipient in recognition of his extraordinary contributions to the legal profession and demonstrated commitment to the pursuit of justice.
Motley (also an IB Member ) is a 1971 graduate of the University Of South Carolina School Of Law. His more than 30 years practicing law have been highlighted by asbestos litigation taking on insulation maker Johns Manville. Motley Rice asbestos lawyers continue to fight for justice and compensation for those affected by asbestos exposure.
The Lifetime Achievement Award is the highest honor awarded by the AAJ and is given annually to an individual who has continually demonstrated courage and excellence in trial advocacy, not only contributing to the legal profession but also to his or her community and society as a whole.
Learn more about Ron Motley and discover some lesser known facts about him. Including, the Mark Elliott Motley Foundation, Inc., set up in memory of his late son.