Georgia’s 1,234 “Super Lawyers” are free to go on touting their legal prowess. Although a New Jersey attorney ethics board has grounded its super lawyers, the State Bar of Georgia hasn’t made any move to restrict such advertising.

In New Jersey, the ethics board ruled that lawyers chosen for listings in “Super Lawyers” and “Best Lawyers” can no longer boast of that designation on their Web sites. The board also said New Jersey lawyers cannot participate in the surveys that Super Lawyers and Best Lawyers say are at the heart of their selection process.

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