Rozin | Golinder Law is excited to announce that our Managing Partner, Elizabeth Rozin-Golinder has been included in the 2024 edition of The Best Lawyers in America®.
Elizabeth Petit, Best Lawyers’ Director of Research, has spent more than a decade guiding a team of experts who, year after year, carefully conduct the Purely Peer Review process to determine awards. “In order to have unquestionable confidence in the qualifications of an attorney, we look to those who know their work best—opposing counsel and outside colleagues whose work has already been previously vetted for excellence,” she says.
The peer-to-peer ethos of Best Lawyers sets aside attorneys’ natural competitiveness, promoting instead the collegial championing of colleagues both beside and across the bench. “Our methodology encourages both a simple and sophisticated approach to legal awards,” Petit says. “While others may evaluate additional data points including case matters, client endorsements and marketing qualifications, we stand by our evaluation approach that the most qualified individuals to evaluate a lawyer’s practice are lawyers themselves.”
Best Lawyers has long held a dignified reputation throughout the industry and has accrued substantial recognition over four decades as a leading legal platform. One of the most critical components of Best Lawyers awards are the evaluations they receive. Both in quality and in number, individual lawyer assessments are the crux of the awards. Each year Best Lawyers recieves more evaluations—in part a reflection of a greater variety of viable practice areas and more submitted nominations. For the 30th edition, Best Lawyers received a record-breaking 19,708,289 historical evaluations and 2,839,037 new evaluations from across the United States. These staggering figures resulted in the recognition of just over 76,000 talented attorneys by Best Lawyers in 2024—that’s around 5% of all lawyers in the country recognized in The Best Lawyers in America.No aspect of this advertisement has been approved by the Supreme Court of New Jersey. Click Here to view the methodology used for inclusion.