Posts tagged "Third Party Validation"

Are You Talking About Super Lawyers Correctly?

Whether you have been selected to a Super Lawyers or Rising Stars list, or have peers or attorneys at your firm who have been, it's a distinct honor to recognize. Being selected is no small feat with only five percent of attorneys selected to the Super Lawyers list and two and a half percent selected to the Rising Stars list in each state.

How do you Celebrate Your Super Lawyers Selection?

For quite some time we've been intrigued to learn the ways our Super Lawyers and Rising Stars selectees promote and celebrate their accomplishments. Last month, we asked our Facebook community to let us know how they go about sharing the good news (and offered 4 Super Lawyers Pub Glasses as giveaway prize). Lawyers from all over the country sent various answers, each sharing their experiences (some more light-hearted than others). Let's look at what some of the Super Lawyers Facebook community members had to say.

Positioning Your Firm to Attract Referrals - Part 2

Last month we published a blog highlighting the value of providing exceptional customer service. Today, we are back with part two of the series which takes a look at what steps you can take to nurture relationships with current clients.

Examining our Selection Process - Peer Evaluation by Practice Area

Last month we talked about the second step of the patented Super Lawyers selection process, independent research. Today we are back to culminate this blog series by examining the final phase of the process.

Examining our Selection Process - Independent Research

In a September blog post we explored the first step of the patented Super Lawyers selection process, the creation of the candidate pool. Today we are talking about the second step: Independent Research. And don't forget, we'll be back next month to culminate this three-part blog series by highlighting the role peer evaluation plays in selection.

Standing out in the Crowd: The Value of a Rising Stars List Selection

When it comes to the ever-changing legal landscape, youth isn't always associated with success. For some young lawyers, the industry is more exciting and dynamic than ever, with technology bringing about rapid change and new opportunities in the practice of law. For others, doubt has crept in when thinking about their path to success. Attorneys face extraordinary competition for a shrinking number of positions, record levels of law school debt and uncertainly about whether their ambitious career goals are realistic.