The perfect desk or bookcase display. The desktop marquee is 10.5” x 6.75” and elegantly frames your recognition in a brilliant Lucite enclosure. The sleek pedestal design makes it a timeless way to keep your recognition looking like new for years to come.

***You must be a member of the National Advocates Top 100 to order this desk plaque.

The perfect desk or bookcase display. The desktop marquee is 10.5” x 6.75” and elegantly frames your recognition in a brilliant Lucite enclosure. The sleek pedestal design makes it a timeless way to keep your recognition looking like new for years to come.

***You must be a member of the National Advocates Top 40 Under 40 to order this desk plaque.

Our 15” x 12” plaque is milled from solid walnut and finished with a high quality stain finish. It is the envy of professionals and the customary standard-setter to display career achievements and recognitions.

***You must be a member of the National Advocates Top 40 Under 40 to order this wall plaque.

Our 15” x 12” plaque is milled from solid walnut and finished with a high quality stain finish. It is the envy of professionals and the customary standard-setter to display career achievements and recognitions.

***You must be a member of the National Advocates Top 100 to order this wall plaque.

The cast statue is 12” in height and set on a 4” stunning solid polished marble base. The base is personalized with a decorative engraving plate highlighting the organization of membership. There is no better way to display your membership than with this tasteful piece of legal artwork.

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***You must be a member of the Top 100 or Top 40 Under 40 Advocates to order this statue.

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