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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.

Super Lawyers in the News: Making a Murderer, Evidence of Innocence, a $500 Million Settlement and the New York Court of Appeals

Some of the most newsworthy cases in the country feature Super Lawyers and Rising Stars selectees. Whether presenting a case to the SCOTUS, representing the wrongly accused or fighting for victim's settlements, here are a couple of the biggest stories showcasing selectees from the last couple months.

Super Lawyers in the News: #FreeMeekMill, Cambridge Analytica and Georgia Gubernatorial Race

Super Lawyers and Rising Stars selectees are often in the headlines for big settlements, high profile criminal cases, awards and recognitions. Below are just a few stories from the last month.

Super Lawyers in the News: The Department of Justice, The New Yorker and Donald Trump

A group of Super Lawyers and Rising Stars selectees found themselves at the center of high-profile and high stakes cases in March. The following listees and their clients received exposure on a national scale.

We've Joined Instagram, Maybe You Should Too

The latest stats from Instagram show massive growth. Currently, more than 800 million users are active monthly and that number keeps going up. Beyond user base, the number of US businesses that joined the platform in 2017 saw a huge spike. According to eMarketer, nearly 71 percent of American businesses are on the platform, up from a little less than 50 percent the previous year.

Super Lawyers in the News: Politics, Sports, Civil Rights and Hip-Hop

Super Lawyers listees often end up in the news because of their work with high-profile cases and elevated national profiles. In the last couple months, we've seen several newsworthy moments for selectees.

Super Lawyers in the News: Making a Murderer, Illusion of Justice, Empire of Pain and HUD

Super Lawyers list selectees come from a wide array of backgrounds and possess a vast array of abilities. As a result, they often end up in the news, whether because of the cases they represent or the distinction they receive. So here are a few of the latest noteworthy items from Super Lawyers listees in the last couple months.

Getting Social With Your Selection

Legal consumers, especially millennials, are searching for you on social media. According to a recent FindLaw study, 37 percent of millennials, and 20 percent of general legal consumers are incorporating social media into their search for a lawyer. If you aren't there, these clients will go to a firm that is.