Attorney Eric Pinker Achieves Recertification in Civil Trial Law with the National Board of Trial Advocacy
The National Board of Trial Advocacy (NBTA) is pleased to announce that Eric Pinker of the law firm, Lynn Pinker Cox & Hurst LLP, has successfully achieved recertification as a civil trial advocate. Mr. Pinker has been a NBTA member is good standing for ten years. The NBTA was formed out of a strong conviction that both the law profession and its clients would benefit from an organization designed specifically to create an objective set of standards illustrating an attorney's experience and expertise in the practice of trial law.
Eric Pinker is part of a select group of trial attorneys who have demonstrated their commitment to bettering the legal profession by successfully completing a rigorous application process and providing the consumer of legal services with an objective measure by which to choose qualified and experienced legal counsel.
The elaborate screening of credentials that all NBTA board certified attorneys must successfully complete includes: demonstration of substantial trial experience, submission of judicial and peer references to attest to their competency, attendance of continuing legal education courses and proof of good standing.
Board Certification is the highest, most stringent, and most reliable honor an attorney can achieve. Board certifications are the only distinctions awarded by non-profit organizations. The NBTA as well as all board certifying organizations are committed to safeguarding the public’s ability to choose a good attorney.
Eric Pinker earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Texas at Austin and is also a graduate of University of Texas Law School. Mr. Pinker has been involved in dozens of trials and arbitrations that have taken place throughout the country. During that time, he has represented clients who have recovered more than $250,000,000, and he has successfully defended against claims valued at more than $1 billion. He is also involved in numerous community and bar activities, and most notably has been a long-time Vice-Chair of the Jewish Federation of Greater Dallas and a founding Master of the Honorable Barbara M.G. Lynn American Inn of Court. He also speaks and writes regularly on trial related topics.