By Harry S. Margolis
I am quite gratified that I was recently named as one of 21 “Best Lawyers” in elder law in New England, one of 11 in Massachusetts. Our firm has also been named a Tier 1 Best Law Firm in Trusts & Estates Law by U.S. News and World Report, three of our senior attorneys, Jeffrey A. Bloom, Rebecca Benson and myself, have been named Super Lawyers (we are being fitted for capes), and I currently have a 9.8 rating from AVVO (have to find out why I was dropped from 10.0). All of these are terrific endorsements that we’re happy to tout. But what do they really mean?