Posts tagged "Super Lawyers Magazine"

What Our Readers Have to Say About the Super Lawyers Magazine Redesign

It's been about a year since we relaunched Super Lawyers Magazine with a new, creative look and feel and our readership has spoken. From being much more readable and contemporary to enjoying the shorter, quicker-read articles and newly focused editorial categories the feedback has been overwhelmingly positive.

What Consumers Want to Know about Your Law Firm

It's easy to get nostalgic about where you went to school. Those days when you were young and idealistic, working with challenging professors and forging relationships with your fellow classmates. But think about those classmates for a bit. How many of them are you that close to these days? Are any of them practicing law near you?

What Makes Super Lawyers Selectees Shine

February saw the release of three new magazines: Georgia Super Lawyers Magazine, San Diego Super Lawyers Magazine and Indiana Super Lawyers Magazine. The new issues introduce the attorneys in Atlanta influenced by early civil rights leaders, the politest lawyer in Indiana and a man out of San Diego who understands the modern attention span. Super Lawyers selectees are nominated because of their success in the field which comes from unique and diverse backgrounds. As these Super Lawyers Magazines proves, each has a story to tell.

Super Lawyers in the News: Durst, Equal Pay and Winning Stories

Super Lawyers selectees are diverse, uniquely talented individuals who thrive in a variety of practice areas. Because of their success, Super Lawyers selectees oftentimes make headlines for a number of reasons. This could be because of newsworthy cases or important causes they champion. Here are just a few headlines Super Lawyers selectees made in the month of February.

Being Where Potential Customers Are: A Q&A with Attorney Todd Spodek

Over the past ten years Todd Spodek, founder at Spodek Law Group P.C., has built his law practice into a high-demand New York City trial law firm, based on positive results and high-profile court cases. From Fox News to Entrepreneur.com to Entertainment Tonight Todd relishes the idea of his firm being noticed in a crowded marketplace. We spoke with Todd briefly about his first Rising Stars list selection as well as everything from Instagram to online marketing.

Power of the Page: Print Packs a Punch

In 2017, digital marketing is, of course, critical to the success of your law firm. In order to cast the widest net possible, you need to reach future clients on social media, have a solid body of good client reviews and run a clean, professional website.

From the Vault - The Two Lives of Bernard Taylor

In the 2008 issue of Georgia Super Lawyers Magazine, we published one of Editor-in-Chief Erik Lundegaard's all-time favorite features: a profile of former Detroit undercover cop Bernard Taylor, now a class action and mass torts attorney at Alston & Bird in Atlanta. An excerpt:

Print is Integral to Integrated Marketing

Think about your commute to work this morning. You probably heard ads on the radio, drove past billboards or saw advertisements on the train. How many of these registered with you, consciously or otherwise? It's safe to say most of them probably slipped right past without making an impression of any kind.

January Editorial Review

As January comes to a close we wanted to recap some of the editorial features for the four magazines released this past month: 2017 North Carolina Super Lawyers Magazine, 2017 Louisiana Super Lawyers Magazine, 2017 Illinois Super Lawyers Magazine and the 2017 Southern California Super Lawyers Magazine.

Super Lawyers Selectees On Why They Chose The Legal Field

On "Love Your Lawyer" Day, we asked Super Lawyers selectees why they chose to become attorneys. After all, the legal realm can be a challenging field, and it certainly isn't for everyone. Attorneys who have been selected for Super Lawyers have risen not only to meet these high expectations, but have gone above them, too, so their responses promised to be illuminating. In the responses we received, we saw two significant trends emerge.