DOYLESTOWN, Pa. (PRWEB) October 12, 2020
Furia Rubel Communications, Inc., is pleased to announce that founder and CEO, Gina Rubel, has been inducted as a Fellow into the College of Law Practice Management (COLPM). Rubel is one of less than 300 lawyers, judges, law professors, law firm and corporate executives, consultants, general counsel, and government officers from five countries to become a Fellow of COLPM.
The College is a professional, educational and honorary association dedicated to the improvement of the law practice management and to the enhancement of the professional quality of and public respect for the law. Membership in the College is by invitation to honor those individuals who have proven to their peers, their employers, the bar, the bench and the public through performance related to law practice management.
Corporate and law firm leaders call on Rubel for high-stakes public relations, reputation management, crisis planning, and incident response support including high-profile litigation media relations. She founded Furia Rubel in 2002 – the first Pennsylvania agency with a niche in legal marketing. Since then, the agency has grown to 10 employees serving law firms, legal tech companies and other professional service industries globally.
When asked what inspired her, Rubel said, “Before I started Furia Rubel, I was a judicial law clerk and practicing litigator. I handled quite a few high-profile matters. I realized the opportunity to merge my two loves: corporate communications and the practice of law – which is what brought me to where I am today.” She said, “I get to do what I love and love what I do. Being invited to join the College of Law Practice Management is icing on the cake. I am excited to work with the people who inspire innovation, facilitate knowledge exchange, promote diversity, and strive to make the legal industry the best that it can be.”
Since starting the agency, Rubel has written two books on public relations for lawyers, launched a successful podcast, On Record PR, worked with clients in 28 states and five countries, and is a commentator for several media outlets including ALM/Law.com’s Mid-Market Report for which she writes monthly. She received her law degree from Widener University Delaware Law School and her bachelor’s degree from Drexel University. A native of Philadelphia, Rubel resides in Bucks County, Pa.
COLPM Fellows are considered to have the highest professional qualifications and ethical standards; provide exceptionally high-quality professional services to clients, their employers, the bar, the bench or the public; have significantly contributed to and enhanced law practice management, its literature, its procedures, and its philosophy through dedicated service, or through published writings, teaching and lecturing, or through demonstrated excellence in law practice management; have that high level of character, integrity, professional expertise and leadership which demonstrates the likelihood that they will continue to contribute to the enhancement of law practice management scholarship, continuing education and the law practice management process; and are committed to fostering and furthering the objectives of the College.
In addition to Rubel, the COLP 2020 class of Fellows includes David Ackert, Grover Cleveland, Esq., Chris Emerson, Ellen Freedman, CLM, Katy Goshtasbi, Gavin Gray, Margaret Hagan, Iris J. Jones, JD, Catherine Krow, Jeffrey Marple, Timothy Mohan, Catherine Monte, Beth Patterson, Daniel B. Rodriguez, Neil Sahota, Kathy Scourby, CBCP, Marcie Borgal Shunk, Joseph West, and Rachel Zahorsky.
Furia Rubel Marketing and Public Relations is a corporate communications and crisis management agency serving clients internationally. The certified woman-owned agency provides strategic planning, marketing, public relations, crisis management, business development, content marketing, and social media services to a wide array of professional service clients. Furia Rubel represents law firms and legaltech organizations, financial, banking and accounting companies, governments and municipalities, and behavioral health and elder care organizations. For more information, visit http://www.furiarubel.com.