Johnson hired as editor in chief of China Law & Practice
ALM Media has hired Jacelyn Johnson as editor-in-chief of its China Law & Practice publication.
She previously was commercial product manager, legal research solutions at LexisNexis Hong Kong.
Johnson will be responsible for driving China Law & Practice’s growth and oversee the print magazine, as well as develop and manage the online and digital transformation of the publication’s content and product strategy.
Johnson will collaborate across ALM’s divisions to provide business insights and legal developments in regards to the China legal market.
“We are so excited to have Jacelyn join our team to lead China Law & Practice into the future,” said Gina Passarella editor-in-chief, legal global brands at ALM, in a statement. “Her vision will help extend the publication’s deep regulatory expertise and database, while ensuring readers are getting the latest on changes to law and regulation in one of the most important markets in the world.”
Johnson comes to ALM after more than 10 years with LexisNexis Hong Kong, where she served in various roles, including commercial product manager, product development manager and managing editor.
Additionally, she was the legal editor for Halsbury’s Laws of Hong Kong. Johnson graduated from the University of London with an LLB.