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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.

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