Press release: Jay Leiderman listed among Lawyers of Distinction

Jay Leiderman
By: Jay Leiderman
September 09 2016


September 9th, 2016



The Lawyers of Distinction is pleased to announce that California State Bar Certified Criminal Law Specialist JAY LEIDERMAN of VENTURA, CALIFORNIA has been certified as a member.  The Lawyers of Distinction is recognized as the fastest growing community of distinguished lawyers in the United States.   Membership is limited to the top 10% of attorneys in the United States.  Members are accepted based upon objective evaluation of an attorney’s qualifications, license, reputation, experience, and disciplinary history.  Please see our website for further details concerning membership qualification.




Jay Leiderman is a criminal defense attorney in Ventura, California. He co-authored the first ever book on the legal defense of California medical marijuana crimes and has been called the “Hacktivist’s Advocate” for his work defending those accused of computer crimes. He has been recognized and won awards for going above and beyond to represent clients accused of all sorts of crimes. Jay frequently lectures around the state and nation on various criminal defense topics.



top 10% of attorneys in the United States

Lawyers of Distinction shall not offer membership to more than 10% of attorneys in any given state. Lawyers of Distinction uses it own independent criteria, including both objective and subjective factors in determining if an attorney can be recognized as being within the top 10% of attorneys 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.


3 thoughts on “Press release: Jay Leiderman listed among Lawyers of Distinction

  1. I certainly hope that they did not charge you the full $995.00 for the dubious honor of being a “lawyer of distinction”. It would hurt to pay that much for an award. It would be even more embarrassing if anyone found out that you had paid a bunch of money for an award.

    Also, did they have a good explanation for why the domain registration (whois) info leads to a scammer concealment service rather than to a reputable company?

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