|By PR Newswire||
|December 1, 2016 08:45 AM EST|
LYNDHURST, N.J., Dec. 1, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Scarinci Hollenbeck (www.sh-law.com) is proud to announce that, in the 10th annual New Media Awards competition, New Media Institute (NMI) has awarded its prestigious Best in Industry award to Scarinci Hollenbeck's newly revamped Constitutional Law Reporter (www.ConstitutionalLawReporter.com).
According to NMI President John Spagnuolo, "It is an absolute honor to award the New Media Awards' highest category of award - Best in Industry - to the Constitutional Law Reporter. Our judges made selections based on innovation, content, design, user-friendliness, how dynamic entries are, and - most importantly - how well they serve their audience's needs."
The New Media Institute (www.newmediaawards.org) is a research and fact finding organization, whose mission is to improve public understanding of issues surrounding the Internet and other forms of new media communications. NMI works directly with the news media, as well as with researchers, academics, government and industry professionals, and it serves as a primary resource of facts, statistics, and analysis.
As Peter Moeller, Scarinci Hollenbeck's Director of Marketing and Communications noted: "The Con Law Reporter has always been a popular and comprehensive educational website; we are proud to have won this award, and just this past month, the site was newly redesigned to make it even more user-friendly. It is a tool that reaches out to students in an inviting way."
In addition to the Best in Industry Award, Scarinci Hollenbeck also received NMI's Standard of Excellence award for the video Thomas Jefferson and John Adams Discuss the Constitution with Donald Scarinci. The video was based on Mr. Scarinci's lecture series for the New Jersey Institute of Continuing Legal Education (NJICLE). In 2015, the seminar with Thomas Jefferson and John Adams was ranked by members of the New Jersey Bar as among the most popular ICLE seminar of the year, and has since had many sold-out encore performances.
About Scarinci Hollenbeck
With a growing practice of 60 experienced attorneys, Scarinci Hollenbeck is a regional alternative to a National 250 law firm. With offices in New Jersey, New York City, and the District of Columbia, we serve the niche practice areas most often required by institutions, corporations, entities, and the people who own and control them. Since the firm was founded in 1988, we have maintained our reputation for getting things done. Most attorneys at Scarinci Hollenbeck have significant experience in their practice areas, and have published and lectured on current topics in their field. We have assembled a group of attorneys who are among the region's leading practitioners. Whether it is real estate, land use, business law, tax, environmental law, labor and employment law, intellectual property or litigation, cyber security and data protection, there is an attorney at Scarinci Hollenbeck who can offer the depth and experience to solve your problem in the most cost-effective way possible.
Contact: Peter Moeller
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