The Lawyers of Distinction is pleased to announce that Beth Tarasi of Pittsburgh, has been certified as a member. The Lawyers of Distinction is recognized as the fastest growing community of distinguished lawyers in the United States. Lawyers of Distinction shall not offer membership to more than 10% of attorneys in any given state. Members are accepted based upon objective evaluation of an attorney’s qualifications, license, reputation, experience, and disciplinary history. Please see www.lawyersofdistinction.com for further details concerning membership qualification.
Beth Tarasi practices with the law firm of Tarasi & Tarasi P.C. located at 510 Third avenue Pittsburgh. Attorney Tarasi has been practicing law for 28 years. Attorney Tarasi has taken on many powerful interests to achieve justice for her clients. Tarasi has been involved in some of the highest profile and complex legal cases. Tarasi represents the little guy and the working class in most of her civil litigation practice. Tarasi has argued cases before the Superior Court and Supreme Court of Pennsylvania. She is a member of the Allegheny County Bar Association where she serves on the Rules Committee, the Western Pennsylvania Trial Lawyers Association, and the Pennsylvania Association of Justice where she serves on the Amicus Committee and previously served on the Board of Governors, and a member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum. Tarasi is AV Preeminent® rated which is a significant rating accomplishment and is a testament to the fact that her peers rank her at the highest level of professional excellence. Only lawyers with the highest ethical standards and professional ability receive a Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review Rating of AV.
Lawyers of Distinction uses it own independent criteria, including both objective and subjective factors in determining if an attorney can be recognized as a Lawyer of Distinction in the United States in their respective field. This designation is based upon the proprietary analysis of the Lawyers of Distinction organization alone, and is not intended to be endorsed by any of the 50 United States Bar Associations or The District of Columbia Bar Association.