A 162-year-old legal publishing company is changing its name to reflect its evolution from print publications to digital products and services. Chicago-based Law Bulletin Publishing Company, publisher of the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin, a mainstay in the Illinois legal community, is now rebranding as Law Bulletin Media.
“We are changing our name to remain forward-thinking,” company president Mike Kramer said in a statement announcing the change. “This rebranding represents the growth of the company and how we deliver our unique information digitally to our clients whenever or wherever they need it.”
In addition to the Law Bulletin, the fifth-generation, family-owned business also publishes Sullivan’s Law Directory, the Jury Verdict Reporter and Chicago Lawyer magazine, among other publications. In recent years, it has also launched several digital services, including JuraLaw, Public Notice Network and Lawyerport.
“More and more, our audience expects consolidated, trustworthy sources of information,” said Sandy
Macfarland, co-chairman and CEO. “We have been delivering digital products and services for decades
and now our brand better represents who we are and where we are going.”
Read more about the rebranding here.