Did you know that SuperLawyers.com received 6.4 million visits in 2013? That's a lot of people searching online for an attorney and landing on our website! What are you, as a selected attorney, going to do to capture their attention?
What better predictor of the 2014 NCAA Mens Basketball Championship than by number of attorneys selected to the 2013 Super Lawyers list who graduated from the participating colleges' law schools?
The Internet can be tricky to navigate for attorneys. On one hand, it's an incredibly powerful tool for marketing your firm and its services. On the other, it's akin to the Wild Wild West, where anything can be posted, Tweeted or mentioned about you.
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Super Lawyers is excited to announce the nine recipients of the 2013 Super Lawyers Pro Bono Awards. The Awards honor legal professionals, students, schools and institutions that exemplify excellence in the practice of law through offering volunteer legal services to the poor, disadvantaged or exploited.
Consumers expect to have access to the information they want anytime and anywhere. Many of them spend an extensive amount of time researching online before they decide on a product or service, and the legal industry is no exception (recent statistics from FindLaw show that 75% of people searching for a lawyer now go online during their search process, and 42% of legal-related searches are conducted on a smartphone). When a potential client searches online for legal counsel, how will they find you?
2013 was the inaugural year for London Super Lawyers Magazine, and we're excited to announce that we're heading back in 2014! Nominations are now open for the 2014 London Super Lawyers and Rising Stars lists.
As 2013 comes to a close, Super Lawyers celebrates another year of recognizing excellence in practice with the release of our Top Lists.
Attorney David J. Beck of Beck Redden in Houston, a member of the Super Lawyers National Advisory Board, is representing the University of Texas at Austin in the dispute with actor Ryan O'Neal over an Andy Warhol portrait of Farrah Fawcett. The Charlie's Angels star left her collection of art to the university before her death of cancer in 2009, O'Neal, an old flame, has had possession of it since soon after her death and claims that the portrait is his.
(Note: This content is posted on behalf of Heather Walker, Super Lawyers Sr. Director.)