Law.com Launches Blog Network with Leading Independent Legal Experts

Filed as General on November 23, 2004 2:48 pm

by Duncan

American Lawyer Media’s Law.com have introduced its Law.com Blog Network, showcasing respected independent blogs for legal professionals. The Network provides links to specialized blogs on legal topics, ranging from constitutional law and business litigation to solo practice and law technology, and offers commentary, analysis and advice that supplements Law.com’s award-winning legal news and information content for attorneys.

The affiliated blogs are spotlighted on the Law.com homepage and through a daily “Legal Blog Watch” which highlights blog postings, news and discussions on the Network. The blogs in the Network feature headlines drawn from the Law.com site and advertising sold by Law.com. All bloggers in the Network retain editorial control of their respective sites.

“Through this innovative partnership, Law.com has tapped into forums where important voices are providing insights into developing events and issues,” said Stacey Artandi, vice president, online publishing for ALM. “We’re excited that these closely followed and respected individuals have joined our Network and will be enhancing our daily legal coverage. Law.com will continue to add emerging thought leaders as we expand our presence in the legal blogger community.”

“The popularity of Law.com gives us a chance to reach even more readers — and articulate and legally sophisticated readers — than we could have reached on our own,” said Professor Eugene Volokh, founder of ‘The Volokh Conspiracy,’ now a member of the Law.com Blog Network.

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