How Do You Rate?

by Carlton Dyce on April 17, 2009 · 0 comments

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Consumers have a long history of consulting various ratings sources to obtain an objective evaluation of a product before making a purchase. The Internet has facilitated access to these evaluation tools and helped popularize their use in guiding purchase decisions for everything from consumer products to professional services.

The emergence of these new tools is facilitating a significant change in the way that buyers of legal services evaluate lawyers.

The April issue of Metropolitan Corporate Counsel magazine contains an article on this subject written by Alfredo Sciascia, vice president of strategic planning for the LexisNexis Client Development organization, that explores some of the various ratings services in the marketplace and discusses their use in arming potential buyers with better and more comprehensive information about lawyers under consideration.

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