A PaperThin customer since 2004, The Seton Hall University School of Law is the only private law school in New Jersey, and, according to the U.S. News & World Report Rankings, is the top-ranked of the three law schools in the state. It's responsive website is used to attract students, and connect its strong community of students with faculty.
A PaperThin customer since 2005, Lando & Anastasi, LLP (L&A) offers clients a rare combination: Diverse intellectual property expertise across a range of technologies, together with a passion for developing creative strategies to meet each client’s business goals. L&A has one of the most experienced, respected, largest, and fastest growing Intellectual Property legal teams in New England. And that is why they sought out PaperThin which has a long history and demonstrated expertise working with top rated Law Firms.
A PaperThin customer since 2008, The Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC) is the world’s largest organization serving the professional and business interests of attorneys who practice in the legal departments of corporations, associations and other private-sector organizations around the globe.
A PaperThin customer since 2006, Labaton Sucharow is a law firm that prosecutes precedent-setting class actions, recovering billions of dollars on behalf of defrauded consumers and investors. In its 50 years of practice, the Firm has cultivated an incomparable reputation for advocacy, service and true integrity.
Mercer University Walter F. George School of Law, also known as Mercer Law, is one of 12 schools of Mercer University, one of America’s oldest and most distinctive institutions of higher learning. Mercer Law has been preparing law students for lives of service and graduating practice-ready lawyers who uphold the highest ideals of the legal profession since 1873.
The District of Columbia Bar is the second largest unified bar association in the United States. The D.C. Bar’s core functions, supported by member dues, are the registration of lawyers, operation of a lawyer disciplinary system, maintenance of a Clients’ Security Fund, and certain other administrative operations. Many of the important educational and public service programs carried out by the Bar are made possible by voluntary contributions, user fees, and other non-dues sources of income.