Alexander Shunnarah Personal Injury Attorneys, P.C. is proud to announce the law firm was the recipient of the National Trial Lawyers Golden Gavel awards in the “Best Public Relations Campaign” category.
The firm was selected as a finalist in six categories for the national Golden Gavel Awards in conjunction with the annual National Trial Lawyers Summit to be held in Miami, FL on January 21, 2020.
The National Trial Lawyers’ mission is to promote excellence and foster diversity in the legal profession through advocacy training, networking and education of trial lawyers. Their annual Trial Lawyers Summit provides networking opportunities for the most outstanding civil plaintiff and criminal defense lawyers across the nation.
Adding to the member-driven organization’s repertoire of awards and recognitions, the Golden Gavel Awards are the first of their kind and serve to recognize and award the top legal advertisements of the year. Of the twelve categories, Alexander Shunnarah Personal Injury Attorneys, P.C. was selected as a finalist in the following six categories:
· TV—30 Second Category
· Client Testimonial Category
· Public Relations Category
· Digital Category
· Social Media Category
· Outdoor Category
Submissions for the awards were taken from across the nation, and the creative submitted spans from the law firm’s TV spots, billboards, digital content, public relations outreach, and memes.
“I am extremely proud to be recognized as a finalist in half of the categories for the National Trial Lawyers’ Golden Gavel awards,” stated Alexander Shunnarah President and CEO of Alexander Shunnarah Personal Injury Attorneys, P.C. “This honor is a testament to our diverse and creative portfolio of marketing, advertising, and public relations efforts. We work diligently every day on our brand and this national recognition further solidifies our place as a legal marketing force.”
For more information on The Golden Gavel Awards or Alexander Shunnarah Personal Injury Attorneys, P.C., please contact Krista Conlin at [email protected].