The New York courts have amended advertising rules to allow attorneys to tout their “bona fide professional ratings” — another example that New Jersey could be out of step if it adopts a proposed ban on services like Super Lawyers and Best Lawyers in America.

In rules effective Feb. 1, New York’s Appellate Division presiding justices added bona fide professional ratings to the list of things lawyers can mention in their ads, along with education, writings and bar and professional society memberships.

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