Dallas Attorney Nicole Knox Among Up-and-Coming 50 Female Lawyers on 2017 Texas Rising Stars List
DALLAS – Criminal defense attorney Nicole Knox has been selected to the “Up-and-Coming” 50 female attorneys list in Texas by the publishers of Super Lawyers as part of their annual Texas Rising Stars honors.
Ms. Knox, who is named to the Rising Stars listing for a third consecutive year for her criminal defense work, was also selected among the “Up-and-Coming” 100 attorneys in Texas overall.
The Texas Rising Stars list honors the state’s top attorneys, age 40 and younger and exceptional lawyers of any age who have been in practice 10 years or less.
Ms. Knox has dedicated her career to white-collar crime and general criminal defense in Texas state and federal courts. Her record on behalf of clients has earned her a reputation as a passionate, successful courtroom advocate for clients.
She previously has been recognized on D Magazine’s Best Lawyers in Dallas list, and has been named a “Star on the Rise” by the Dallas County Criminal Defense Lawyers Association. In addition to her legal work, Ms. Knox is an active member of the Dallas Women Lawyers Association, where she served as the 2015 president.
Super Lawyers selects the Texas Rising Stars list using a thorough selection process based on peer nominations, independent research and review by a separate advisory group. The list is published in the 2017 Texas Rising Stars edition of Super Lawyers magazine and Texas Monthly.
The Law Office of Nicole Knox is dedicated to providing high-quality criminal defense to individuals. Her track record includes a long list of not guilty verdicts, dismissals and other positive outcomes. Visit http://www.nicoleknoxlaw.com/ to learn more about Ms. Knox and her practice.
Meet Nicole Knox
Nicole Knox has quickly become one of the best criminal defense lawyers. She has defended the accused in nearly 100 jury trial verdicts, and she has earned over 60 “not guilty” verdicts. Her dedication to developing a strong defense and to zealous advocacy have also resulted in a long list of dismissals, favorable sentences, and refusals to prosecute.Learn More