Reviewing the Legal Reviewers

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Thanks to the rise of internet prominence, consumers have changed the way they look for attorneys. While they used to turn to attorneys they already know and look in the Yellow Pages, consumers are now going to Google and other online resources when they need legal representation. We’re fortunate to have a number of quality online resources that rate and review lawyers and provide quality legal information. But it can be difficult to parse which websites are best for which purposes. Here’s a quick guide on four major legal reviewers: Lawyers.com, Best Lawyers, Super Lawyers, and Avvo.

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