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Lafayette Attorney Mark Riley Amongst Top Lawyers Inducted into Selective Worker's Compensation College - Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Attorney Mark Riley, of the Glenn Armentor Law Corporation, received the honor of induction into the College of Workers’ Compensation Lawyers.

Riley said, "A fellowship in a program of this degree is not easily achieved since only an existing member of the college may nominate a new lawyer and references from other lawyers in the area are reviewed before membership is approved. The College of Workers’ Compensation Lawyers is an organization that I'm truly proud and honored to be a part of.”

At the ceremony, which took place in Naples, Florida, Riley took a pledge accepting his Fellowship in the College, and made a commitment to continually display the outstanding traits, thirst for knowledge, and highly respected advocacy characteristics that led to his nomination.

Riley is well known for his knowledge and authority in the area of Worker's Compensation across Louisiana, and is the author of Workers’ Compensation in Louisiana: A Practical Look. This treatise is the most frequently used "how-to” manual by attorneys engaging in workers compensation practice in Louisiana. Mark Riley is often described as "The man who wrote the book!”

The Firm’s founder Glenn Armentor said, "Mark Riley's dedication to his practice is something we at the firm have recognized for years, and are extremely pleased that an outside organization has given him some well-deserved recognition. The fact that Mark Riley was both nominated and inducted is more than just a nod to Mark, it's an indication to his clients that they are working with an attorney of great caliber.”

The College of Workers' Compensation Lawyers, an internationally recognized program, has been established to honor those attorneys who have distinguished themselves in their twenty-year, or more, practice in the field of workers' compensation.


 

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