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Get Your Firm in Front of Business Decision Makers

Get Your Firm in Front of Business Decision Makers

Are you a Super Lawyers or Rising Stars selectee from a business-related practice area looking to reach a massive ready-to-hire audience? Interested in another opportunity to leverage this distinction in front of 55,000 CEOs, presidents and business owners?


Enter Super Lawyers Business Edition, a legal resource guide for small businesses needing high quality, local or national legal assistance. This directory connects attorneys looking to grow their practice with leaders looking to grow their businesses. To make it easier for our readers to find you, we’ve made directory listings even more exclusive this year.

For northern California litigator Matthew Pavone, this publication has been a valuable way to spread the word about his solo firm to small and mid-size companies. “Super Lawyers Business Edition has helped me to expand my practice by presenting my qualifications to a wider audience of potential clients and referral sources than I could have ever reached on my own.”

Here’s why:

1. It’s Elite

The directory will exclusively feature attorneys selected to Super Lawyers in 2016, in a business practice area and who have indicated that they are interested in new business by advertising in print or online.

2. It’s Targeted

We really went out of our way to consider our distribution for this unique publication, resulting in an opportunity you can’t afford to miss out on. Here’s your chance to get in front of the legal decision makers at 55,000 small to medium sized businesses across all 50 states and the District of Columbia.

3. It’s Business Building

Having a great performance history isn’t enough. You need a network that knows about your success. Business Edition is sent to 5,000 of your business attorney peers across the country, providing you with a platform for growth.

Now’s the time to secure your spot in this national directory. Schedule a meeting with your Associate Publisher to discuss how to stand out to this targeted audience with a print advertisement.

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