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Help A2L Consulting Be Recognized as #1 (Again)

Ken Lopez
By: Ken Lopez

Survey, Awards, Litigation Consulting, Demonstrative Evidence, Jury Consultants, Jury Consulting, Litigation Graphics, Trial Graphics, Trial Technicians, Trial Technology, Hot Seat Operators, Litigation Support

There are so many legal industry "best of" surveys that I have a hard time keeping track of them. Just about every month in one of them A2L is voted the top firm in either jury consulting, litigation graphics consulting, litigation consulting, or for our trial tech/hot seat services. 
 
I am grateful for our clients and blog readers who take the time to help and vote for us. It is a very big deal for me to see the company I helped build these past 24 years be recognized. While I know our people are the best at what they do, it is still it's nice to hear other people say it too.
 
In a sea of surveys, one rises above the rest — The annual Best of the National Law Journal.
 
A2L has been named #1 in this NLJ survey before. Today, I'm asking a favor of our readers.
 
Would you help us be voted #1 in the nation again? It takes 2 minutes to help us be (publicly) recognized as the nation's top litigation consulting firm.
 
Click here to vote in the Best of the National Law Journal 2019
 
We are nominated in four categories. Here's how you vote:
  1. Go to https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/BestofNLJ2019 before November 1, 2018
  2. Answer at least questions 11, 55, 58 & 59
  3. Click through the next buttons until you click DONE. 

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Here are some images of how the survey looks and a useful list of possible providers of litigation consulting, jury consulting, litigation graphics consulting, and hot seat consultants.

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Click here to vote in the Best of the National Law Journal 2019

 

 

 
 
 
 

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