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Quote of the Day - There is merit without rank, but there is no rank without some merit. - François de la Rochefoucauld
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Lawyer 2 Lawyer Internet Radio Evaluates Rankings

Many questions remain when it comes to lawyer ranking websites:  What are the legal ethics issues?  Are they credible?  Does money play a part in upping a lawyer's rank?  Is it simply a popularity contest amongst peers?

On this week's Lawyer 2 Lawyer, we discuss the legal ethics and marketing that surround law ranking websites and what these sites are doing in a quest to build a credible ranking system for attorneys.  Please join Law.com blogger and host Robert Ambrogi as he turns to the experts to give their vantage point:  Katrina Dewey, the founder of Lawdragon, Mark Beese, Chief Marketing Officer for Holland & Hart and Legal Marketing Association Board Member and Ben Cowgill, lawyer, writer and teacher in the field of legal ethics. Don't miss this riveting discussion.

Posted by J. Craig Williams on Monday, October 01, 2007 at 14:00 Comments (0)


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