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Display Martindale-Hubbell® Lawyer and Law firm mini-profile widgets on your websites

LexisNexis® Martindale-Hubbell® has been the world's leading source of information for the legal profession for more than 140 years. Its flagship products, Lawyers.com and martindale.com®, are the most complete sources of information on lawyers available anywhere. Have you ever thought of displaying this information about legal professionals and law firms on your own blog or web site? Well, now you can! We recently released easy to integrate profile widgets that allows you to easily display information about a lawyer or law firm from within the confines of your blog or website.


Mini-Profile widget, as we call it, allows you to display a Martindale-Hubbell® profile for any lawyer or law firm as a pop up on hover or click. The Profile widget displays only a subset of our data. To get more details, your users can always click through to see the full Martindale-Hubbell® profile page of the lawyer or law firm. An example of this can be seen on the Counsel to Counsel forum press at http://forum-press.martindale.com/ as shown below -



Benefits to you

  • Opportunity to augment your website with Martindale-Hubbell® profile data including Martindale-Hubbell® Peer and Client Review Ratings
  • Ability to offer more services to your end user and differentiate from competition
  • Easy to integrate - all you need is one line of code
  • Keep your users longer on your web properties
  • Minimal developer experience needed


Details on how to get and integrate this profile widget on your website can be found in our Documention section. In coming months, we will be reaching out to our partners to integrate this widget withing their online properties. So look out for more examples at our Gallery.


As always we are always eager to hear from you. Do let us know about your integration with Martindale-Hubbell®!

Posted Tue, Nov 29 2011 11:50 PM by Manish bhargava

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