Posts tagged "Super Lawyers Editorial"

Is Your Firm Equipped to Reach the Hispanic Community?

Are you aware of the growth opportunities among Hispanic Americans but haven't taken the steps to reach the market? Hispanics are now the fastest growing demographic in the U.S. It's predicted that by 2060, Hispanics will make up approximately one-third of the American population*. This generally highly-connected community has an estimated buying power of $1.5 trillion nationwide, making Hispanic Americans a powerful economic force that you can't afford to ignore.

Super Lawyers returns to the Waldorf Astoria in New York City

On Wednesday, June 3, Super Lawyers revisited the Waldorf Astoria Hotel to honor the attorneys that are newly selected to the 2015 New York Metro Super Lawyers & Rising Stars lists. A former annual stop on the Super Lawyers event scene, the Waldorf Astoria was the perfect backdrop for a night of recognition and reconnecting. Guests were treated to cocktails and hors d'oeuvres as they networked with one another and celebrated their selections.

2014 Pro Bono Awards Recipients Give a Voice to the Underrepresented

In our latest magazine devoted to the stories of the 2014 Super Lawyers Pro Bono Award recipients, you will read about lawyers giving back and making a difference with their exceptional pro bono efforts. This is the fourth year that Super Lawyers has had the privilege to honor and recognize attorneys, firms and organizations for their pro bono work.

Super Lawyers and Rising Stars Selectees Mingle in Dallas

Last evening, Super Lawyers and Texas Monthly teamed up to honor the attorneys selected to the 2015 Texas Super Lawyers & Rising Stars lists. The exclusive networking reception was hosted at the Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek, where guests were treated to cocktails and hors d'oeuvres as they networked with one another and celebrated their selections.

An Oral History of Alabama Civil Rights and the African-American bar

For our 2015 Alabama Super Lawyers Magazine, we delved into civil rights and the African-American bar 60 years after the Montgomery bus boycott and 50 years after the marches from Selma. Be sure to check out our oral history about the experiences of 11 African-American attorneys who graduated law school in six different decades, including Fred Gray, who represented Rosa Parks and Martin Luther King Jr., and U.W. Clemon, the first-ever black federal judge in Alabama.

April Super Lawyers Magazine Editorial Review

April is a busy month for Super Lawyers with the release of four magazines: 2015 New Jersey Super Lawyers Magazine, 2015 Washington DC Super Lawyers Magazine, 2015 Virginia and West Virginia Super Lawyers Magazine and 2015 South Carolina Super Lawyers Magazine.

A look back at the March Super Lawyers Magazine releases

As March comes to a close we wanted to recap the editorial subjects for the three magazines released this month: 2015 New York Metro - Top Women Super Lawyers Magazine, 2015 Colorado Super Lawyers Magazine and the 2015 Texas Super Lawyers Magazine - Rising Stars.

Super Lawyers Selectees Pick Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg as Their #1 Choice for Lunch Date

The dream of noshing with a Supreme Court justice would seem to be the ultimate lunch date. But which justice? And where would you take them? Super Lawyers, part of Thomson Reuters, surveyed 99 of the top lawyers in the U.S. and asked them, "Which U.S. Supreme Court justice would you take to lunch? And where?"

Recapping February's Super Lawyers Magazine Releases

February is coming to a close and we wanted to share with you a bit about the editorial subjects for the four magazines released this month: 2015 Georgia Super Lawyers Magazine, 2015 Indiana Super Lawyers Magazine, 2015 San Diego Super Lawyers Magazine and the 2015 North Carolina Super Lawyers Magazine.