Gina Rubel Named Among Lawdragon Global 100 Leading Consultants and Strategists to the Legal Profession

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Pennsylvania legal marketing and law firm public relations expert listed among top 100 experts worldwide

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Legal marketing and law firm public relations expert Gina Rubel, CEO of Furia Rubel Communications, Inc., has been recognized by Lawdragon as one of the best legal consultants and strategists worldwide. She is listed in the 2018 Lawdragon Global 100 Leading Consultants and Strategists to the Legal Profession.

Lawdragon, a legal media company, showcases and recognizes the nation’s leading lawyers and legal service providers.

“I am honored to be named among Lawdragon’s leading global legal consultants and strategists along with several of my friends,” said Rubel. “In many respects, I have spent a lifetime in the legal industry. I’m a third-generation attorney in my immediate family. I have enjoyed the benefits of learning from my father, Richard F. Furia, in life and as a trial lawyer. What meant the most to me was 16 years ago, when I transitioned from the practice of law into counseling lawyers on media relations, crisis communication, public relations and marketing, my father gave me his wholehearted blessing.”

In 2002, Rubel founded Furia Rubel Communications, Inc., the award-winning PR and marketing agency that has become a leading professional services communications boutique. She continues to lead the agency, which has been listed as the No. 1 legal marketing and public relations agency by The Legal Intelligencer and New Jersey Law Journal and has been listed among the top three legal marketing, crisis communications, and public relations agencies nationwide and in the Midwest by National Law Journal.

A lawyer, leader, and entrepreneur, Rubel is the professional that law firm leaders call upon for high-stakes public relations, media training, crisis planning, and incident-response support, including high-profile litigation media relations. Rubel’s legal background complements her unparalleled intuition as a client advocate and business diplomat, allowing her to partner with professional clients to achieve their objectives.

Rubel has been named a Woman of Distinction by The Legal Intelligencer and Philadelphia Business Journal and has been included among Pennsylvania’s Best 50 Women in Business and SmartCEO magazine’s Brava Award winners. She is the proud recipient of the Doylestown Rotary Four-Way Test Award, The Justinian Society Lisa A. Richette Woman in Law Award, the National Italian American PAC Special Achievement Award in Legal Communications and Media, and the Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce Outstanding Woman in Business Award.

Active in business associations and among her community, Rubel is a founding member of Women Owned Law for which she serves on the advisory board. She is a member of the American, Pennsylvania and Philadelphia Bar Associations, and the Legal Marketing Association where she serves on the legal ethics and advertising advocacy working group and regional nominating committee. She also is active in The Justinian Society (Past Chancellor), The Justinian Foundation (Secretary/Treasurer), Philadelphia Public Relations Association, and Public Relations Society of America. She also is an active volunteer with Pearl S. Buck International for which she and her family serve as child sponsors.

A graduate of Drexel University and Widener University School of Law, Rubel and her family live in Bucks County, Pennsylvania.

About Furia Rubel Marketing and Public Relations: Furia Rubel Marketing and Public Relations is an integrated and strategic marketing, public relations and crisis management agency based in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. 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 legal organizations, educational, nonprofit and religious organizations, financial, banking and accounting companies, governments and municipalities, behavioral health and elder care organizations, and pharmaceutical and biotech companies. For more information, visit

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