Attorney at Law Magazine proudly introduces the next trend in legal marketing. At face value, you may lump this product with the hackneyed online directories for legal professionals. Put that concept to the side.
This program is for your legal practice, featuring your bio, your articles, and an in-depth look into your practice area. This combined with a third-party endorsement will get this high-ranking page to convert our readers into prospects.
As a Local Legal Authority, you will be the ONLY attorney featured for your practice area in your market.
Local Legal Authorities are required to meet the following criteria in order to participate as Attorney at Law Magazine’s go-to resource on a given practice in a specific market.
When an attorney completes the inquiry form, our team will review their credentials, their client reviews and conduct research into their standing with the State Bar. Only attorneys who meet the standards above as well as the below minimum requirements will be considered for this opportunity.
Licensed to Practice in the State.
No citations from the State Bar (or another outside Bar).
Demonstrated involvement in the local legal community.
Well respected by legal peers.
The Local Legal Authority program was created to highlight one attorney as the go-to lawyer for a specific practice area and location. As a consumer, searching for an attorney is a tough task. This program eliminates that by letting Attorney at Law Magazine do the research and vetting to recommend a single attorney to the consumer. Using the power of Attorney at Law Magazine’s content rich website, network of attorneys, and the efforts of the magazine’s web team, these pages will be search engine optimized and have access to a large audience.
All of these efforts combine to deliver your practice more potential client leads and to take away the nuance of finding an attorney for consumers.
Want more information about the benefits of becoming a Local Legal Authority or to take the next steps to securing your position, please contact us today.