New NALFA App Shows Lawyering Stats in Baseball Card Format
NALFA’s Law’s Top Civil Litigators is a new membership category for a select group of plaintiffs’ lawyers who’ve achieved record settlements and verdicts in areas of tort litigation: consumer, personal injury, environmental, employment, and securities. Nomination is based on results obtained for the client and the community. Our motto is “Winning for the Client and the Community.”
Law’s Top Civil Litigators will be among the first to put their lawyering stats on a baseball card. Members will be able to choose from 4 different baseball card style formats. On the front, lawyers will be pictured “in action” or a simple head shot with name, firm name and logo, along with position in the firm.
On the back, lawyers can display lawyering stats such as year, case name, type of case, court, and settlement and/or verdict amount. Like baseball cards, we’ll also include other biographical information such as law school, court admissions, and contact information. And because this is a “virtual” baseball card, users will be able to click on the stats to learn more case details.
This new app, (for online, ipad, iphone, and android users), is an effective way for plaintiffs' lawyers to promote their record of success in a familar format. “This new app is a simple, fun, and familar way for trial lawyers to share their winning record with potential clients, the media, and others in the legal profession,” said Terry Jesse, Executive Director of NALFA.
Beyond this new app, Law’s Top Civil Litigators is also a pro-plaintiffs’ advocacy group that seeks to combat the efforts of the tort reform lobby. “There are scores of positive stories from the plaintiffs' bar. We want to promote these positive cases at a national level and correct much of the misinformation from the tort reform lobby,” said Jesse.
For more information, please call Terry Jesse at 312.854.7158 (direct) or e-mail email@example.com.
Disclaimer: NALFA owes the creative concept, proprietary rights, and all technology associated with this app.