A New Jersey Supreme Court ethics panel knocked “SuperLawyers” and “Best Lawyers in America” out of the business of ranking New Jersey lawyers on July 19 by prohibiting attorneys from advertising their inclusion and taking part in the selection process.

The Committee on Attorney Advertising says in Opinion 39 that ads trumpeting a lawyer’s inclusion in the two rankings violate the rule of professional conduct against suggestions that one lawyer is better than another.

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