ALM redesigns its websites, puts all content on Law.com
ALM, the parent of publications such as American Lawyer, has put the content of all of its 18 legal publications under Law.com and revamped its individual publication websites as well.
Editor in chief Greg Mitchell writes, “We’ve undertaken these improvements with a couple thoughts in mind.
“First, lawyers today rarely have the luxury of staying in one lane over the course of their career – or even a single work day.
“A related notion is that the profession itself is under a lot of pressure and is changing rapidly – as is readily apparent from this list sampling our recent coverage of the new ideas and iterations in the legal workscape.
“Our reporters and editors talk to lawyers every day. We know it’s more vital than ever that you stay abreast of developments across multiple areas of interest: there’s your practice areas or legal specialties; there’s your local professional community and your professional networks; and there’s the specific organizational roles you fill (or would like to).
“A lawyer who practices IP law as a partner at a midsize firm in Dallas needs to know what’s happening in Texas courts – and Texas Lawyer can provide that. She will also want the latest on big IP cases before judges in Delaware or California or at the Federal Circuit – things she can find at Delaware Law Weekly or in The Recorder. She’ll also benefit from insight into how other midsize firms are handling rate pressure, or the evolving thinking around compensation practices, topics The American Lawyer explores daily. The new law.com platform makes navigating all of those areas of interest easy and intuitive.”
Read more here. ALM’s legal international brands, Legal Week and China Law & Practice, will be added to the Law.com platform in early 2018.