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Chambers & Partners is one of the legal industry’s most prestigious rankings — and also the most notoriously difficult to crack. On the Law Firm Marketing Catalyst Podcast, Berbay Managing Principal Sharon Berman interviews Principal Megan Braverman as she shares tips from her years of experience getting clients ranked by Chambers. Read the transcript below. More on Chambers Lawyers Rankings >
 
 
 
 
 
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