I keep seeing lawyers post on LinkedIn about their recent Chambers rankings, and while there’s nothing wrong with posts like these, especially because we like to cheer on others’ successes, the mistake I see a lot of lawyers make in these posts is that they come off sounding boastful, formulaic and formal.

Not to mention,

Do you have a shortage of content for your LinkedIn Company Page? Well you shouldn’t. Because as Air Supply says, you can really make content out of nothing at all.

Okay so maybe that’s not the actual way the song goes, but what I mean is that you already have so many assets that can

In what is a big game changer for the way in which law firms in New Jersey display awards and rankings such as “AV Preeminent,” “BV Distinguished,” “Super Lawyers,” “Rising Stars,” “Best Lawyers,” “Top Lawyer,” “Top Law Firm,” “Superior Attorney,” “Leading Lawyer,” “Top-Rated Counsel,” numerical ratings and the like, the Supreme Court of New Jersey