Articles Tagged with ALM

The new magazine version will be mailed tomorrow. The National Law Journal is discontinuing as a weekly newspaper and becoming a monthly magazine, its publisher ALM announced today. “As part of ALM’s response to the ongoing shift in readers’ consumption of content, The National Law Journal (NLJ) is introducing a monthly print magazine to add […]

Heather Nevitt Gina Passarella One month after it laid off the top editors of The American Lawyer and Corporate Counsel magazines, ALM has named new editors to take the helms of those publications. Heather Nevitt, who has been editor-in-chief of ALM’s Texas Lawyer since 2013, has been named executive editor of Corporate Counsel and Inside […]

Next week is the annual Legaltech conference in New York. But in case you haven’t heard, there’s a big change this year. Legaltech has expanded into something called Legalweek, The Experience. Rather than just legal technology, the conference will include what ALM is calling seven “events-within-an-event,” each with a distinct focus: LegalExecutive, LegalCIO, LegalPros, LegalMarketing, […]

Earlier this week, this blog reported that Legaltech News, the ALM-owned legal technology magazine, will cease publishing as a stand-alone magazine and instead be published as a quarterly 24-page technology section that will appear in the magazines Corporate Counsel and The American Lawyer. Now I’ve learned that the change will also bring a shift in the […]

The ALM legal technology magazine Legaltech News will cease publishing as a stand-alone magazine and instead will be published as a quarterly 24-page technology section that will appear in the magazines Corporate Counsel and The American Lawyer. Legaltech News had previously been published six times a year. Until two years ago, the magazine was known […]

ALM Media — the company that publishes the website Law.com and leading legal magazines such as The American Lawyer and Corporate Counsel — has laid off several top editors. The layoffs were first reported by Casey Sullivan at Big Law Business. An email this morning confirmed some of the layoffs. Among the departures are Kim […]

Among my dubious claims to fame was having had my over-sized visage plastered on a full-page ad that ran in the New York Law Journal in 2011. The ad was for Smart Litigator, a product launched in 2010 by ALM as a multi-faceted resource for litigators. The reason I was in the ad was that I […]

Legal publisher ALM announced yesterday that it is shutting down InsideCounsel, the magazine it acquired in January 2015 as part of its purchase of Summit Professional Networks. The closing was announced in a letter to the magazine’s readers published yesterday by publisher Kenneth Gary and editor-in-chief Anthony Paonita. ALM will keep the magazine’s website and refocus […]

Legal news company ALM and legal research company LexisNexis this week announced an expansion of their content licensing agreement that is good news for LexisNexis subscribers but not so good news for the rest of the legal community. Since 2011, LexisNexis has had the exclusive license to archived content from all ALM publications, which include The American […]

I noted last week that legal publisher ALM — parent to Law.com, The American Lawyer, The National Law Journal, Law Technology News, and other national and regional publications — had announced that it would begin offering free digital memberships, effective Aug. 23. The free memberships would provide “bundled benefits” that would include digital access to five news […]

A few days off the grid and I return to several notable announcements from companies that cater to lawyers: A business development platform launched. Yesterday, Thomson Reuters Elite announced the release of Business Development Premier, a platform for customer relationship management and business development. In keeping with TR’s recent focus on “integrated” products, this platform […]