2012 is going to be a big year for London. Most of the world will be on hand for the summer Olympics this summer. But sports is not the only exciting thing happening. Thomson Reuters is pleased to announce that the industry-leading attorney rating service, Super Lawyers, is continuing its mission of bringing visibility to outstanding lawyers by expanding into London. Started in 1991, Super Lawyers covers all 50 states as well as Washington D.C.
London marks the first international market for Super Lawyers.
London Super Lawyers will focus on solicitors who exhibit excellence in their practice of law. Known for its award-winning editorial content and profiles on high-achieving lawyers, Super Lawyers will now offer the same quality services for solicitors in London.
A mention on a Super Lawyers list can be a great source for consumers in need of legal help and for client referrals for solicitors in London.
Nominations are now open for the 2013 London Super Lawyers and Rising Stars lists. The Super Lawyers selection process measures professional achievement by considering several criteria such as peer nominations, peer evaluations and independent research.
Solicitors who are selected will be featured in London Super Lawyers magazine, which is distributed to solicitors free of charge, and as an insert with The Telegraph Magazine.
“We are proud to introduce our highly acclaimed rating service to solicitors in London, providing them with the opportunity for more visibility among their peers and potential clients,” says Heather Walker, Senior Director at Super Lawyers.
Super Lawyers and FindLaw are happy to be part of the landscape in London and the U.K.
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