Posts tagged "Super Lawyers Magazine"

Super Lawyers Selectees Come in Many Forms

The journey to become a Super Lawyers selectee has many paths. In the most recent issues of Super Lawyers Magazine, the passion, determination and persistence of the Super Lawyers selectees jumps off the page. Read each article to get a better look at the hard work necessary to make the Super Lawyers or Rising Stars list.

Super Lawyers Selectees Reflect on Making a Murderer Case

Steven Avery's case is back in the national spotlight as Netflix debuted the second season of Making a Murderer, nearly three years after the first season created a furor across the country.

From the Vault -- "His Excellency"

The New York City skyline is a collection of greatest hits for Jonathan Mechanic. The celebrated real estate lawyer with Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson has been involved in the sale, lease or purchase of some of the most recognizable buildings in NYC, including Radio City Music Hall, the MetLife Building and the Time Warner Center. And then there's the $5.4 billion sale of Stuyvesant Town and Peter Cooper Village to developer Tishman Speyer Properties. In the 2007 edition of New York Metro Super Lawyers Magazine, Mechanic let us in on his love of real estate.

When a Top Lawyer Meets Super Lawyers: Varghese & Associates, P.C.

When Vinoo Varghese was selected to the Super Lawyers list for the first time in 2015, he'd already developed a reputation as one of New York's top white-collar criminal defense attorneys.

Top Notch Attorneys Deserve Top Notch Headshots

More people have greater access to good photography equipment, but the art of photography remains elusive for the average person holding a camera. As a top-rated lawyer, it's as critical as ever to entrust the initial impressions of your law firm to a professional.

Case Study: Finding the Needle in the Haystack

Rob Sullivan, founder of Sullivan Law LLC in Kansas City, Missouri, knew he wanted less time between cases and more ability to focus on the large cases for which he's developed a sterling reputation. As a personal injury attorney and Super Lawyers selectee since 2010, he had centered his practice around referrals and didn't put much investment into marketing.

Through Trial and Tribulation

A diverse set of skills and experiences showed itself in the latest issues of Super Lawyers Magazine. From immigrating to America, to persevering through familial heartache and experiencing the elation of trial success, Super Lawyers selectees commit to their craft. In the following stories, you get a picture of what it takes to become a top-rated attorney.

Making Referrals a Cornerstone of Your Firm's Marketing Strategy

Word-of-mouth is critical for attorneys. It elevates happy clients and it serves as a proof point to a job well done. This leads to referrals and the cycle starts again. However, making referrals a cornerstone of your business isn't just about face-to-face interactions. It's also about the way you diversify your marketing as an attorney.

From the Vault -- "Justice at Abu Ghraib"

In the wake of 9/11, civil rights and employment lawyer Shereef H. Akeel, of Akeel & Valentine in Troy, Michigan, found his calling representing Muslim Americans who had been victims of discrimination. But his most notable case might have been a class-action lawsuit on behalf of detainees held in the infamous Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq. Akeel described the case to us in the 2006 edition of Michigan Super Lawyers Magazine.