Both the Super Lawyers magazine and website now sport a fresh new look.
The magazine offers expanded editorial content and visual elements, while the revamped website features new content, an improved user interface and enhanced features for mobile users.
Cindy Larson, publisher of Super Lawyers, was recently interviewed on the Thomson Reuters Legal Current podcast, and spoke with presenter Alex Cook about the new redesign and what it means for Super Lawyer attorneys and readers.
Among her comments, Larson said:
“When Thomson Reuters acquired Super Lawyers back in 2010, we did an initial redesign, but it’s been six years. So it was time for both our website and our print products to become more user friendly
“The new magazine is fabulously different to the prior publication. A lot of the new features are shorter and snappier, and that allows us feature more attorneys that excel in the practice of law. One of the things I am most excited about is the photography and new cover design images. I think people will notice the stark contrast to the prior Super Lawyers print edition. And the lists themselves should be really easy to read.”
“Another new feature is local counsel, where attorneys let us know what is happening in their local community. We have something called practice applications where attorneys tell us what technology apps they use that are helpful to them. Office spaces is a new feature, where we use great photography to capture attorneys’ offices, and showcase the personality of successful lawyers.”
Listen to the full interview here.
Super Lawyers is a rating service of lawyers from more than 70 practice areas who have attained a high-degree of peer recognition and professional achievement.