In one of my cases, opposing counsel is a young L.A.-based attorney with his own web site. I decided to check it out recently, because at the beginning of the matter I had and called him on it due to his posting of testimonials from judicial officers, that made it appear as if judges were endorsing him to the public (Kit's eyes have probably grown wide and she is shaking her head, no, no . . .).
Good news - the testimonials from the judges are gone. But I did notice this blurb in his "Our Attorneys" section (there is only one attorney, by the way):
He was one of several trial attorneys involved in prosecuting the 1994 Northridge Earthquake litigation cases in 2002 wherein he represented over 30 households that were defrauded by insurance companies in the wake of the 1994 Northridge Earthquake.
I think that's fantastic . . . since he's only been licensed to practice law since 2004. He can time travel!
Oh, and dude, it is obvious that you held out your twee, little Coolpix and snapped the shot of you that you're using on the website. Next time, ask a friend to pose you for a more professional look.