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A: FindLaw Recommendations are recommendations provided by attorneys' clients. Recommendations are comprised of either a thumbs-up indication of a client's approval or a written recommendation.
A: Clients have the option of writing a recommendation. If they choose to write a recommendation, the full text is displayed. If they choose not to write a recommendation, their recommendation of an attorney is indicated by a thumbs-up icon.
A: Recommendations can be found on the attorney's FindLaw Lawyer Directory attorney profile in the "Recommendations" tab.
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A: Simply contact your attorney to inquire about how to submit a recommendation on FindLaw.