Special Counsel & Subsidiaries Win 7 NLJ “Best Of” 2018 Awards

Special Counsel, the nation’s largest full-service provider of legal staffing and eDiscovery solutions, along with its subsidiaries, has received recognition in seven categories of this year’s Best Of 2018 Awards from the National Law Journal.

About the NLJ Survey

Now in its seventh year, The National Law Journal – part of American Law Media – showcases the results from its Best Of readers survey, where readers cast votes for the best providers of services and goods to the legal profession. Readers of the publication are made up of legal industry professionals and members of the in-house legal community.

NLJ Recognition

We would like to thank the National Law Journal and its readers for naming Special Counsel, Parker + Lynch Legal, D4 and Alderson Court Reporting a “Best Of” winner in the following categories:

  • Special Counsel ranked #1 Legal/Litigation Support Staffing Agency and #1 Managed Document Review Services
  • Parker + Lynch Legal ranked #1 Legal Staffing Provider for Attorneys and Top 3 Legal Recruiter
  • D4 ranked #1 End-to-End E-Discovery Provider and Top 3 Managed E-Discovery & Litigation Support Service Provider
  • Alderson Court Reporting ranked Top 3 Court Reporting & Deposition Service Provider

Special Counsel is extremely grateful and honored to receive this recognition. Thanks again to everyone who took the time to vote for Special Counsel!

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