The three-year-old controversy over whether New Jersey lawyers can tout their inclusion in Super Lawyers, Best Lawyers or other ratings publications is again before the state Supreme Court.

Six lawyers have signed up to speak at a hearing today as the court weighs a proposed easing of Rule of Professional Conduct 7.1, which bans advertising that compares a lawyer’s services with others.

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