Why Law360 is succeeding — and making money covering the business of law

Chris Roush

Chris Roush is the dean of the School of Communications at Quinnipiac University in Hamden, Connecticut. He was previously Walter E. Hussman Sr. Distinguished Professor in business journalism at UNC-Chapel Hill. He is a former business journalist for Bloomberg News, Businessweek, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, The Tampa Tribune and the Sarasota Herald-Tribune. He is the author of the leading business reporting textbook "Show me the Money: Writing Business and Economics Stories for Mass Communication" and "Thinking Things Over," a biography of former Wall Street Journal editor Vermont Royster.

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  1. Mark Moskow says:

    Why is Law360 succeeding? Because ALM Media was asleep at the wheel. 10 years ago, their publications owned the top of the mind legal news market and while clinging to print revenue thanks to their old-school management, they have let Law360 elbow their way in with superior technology and no attachment to revenue from print.

  1. July 12, 2017

    […] is a relative newcomer to the legal publishing market. A story on the Talking Business website Why Law360 Is Succeeding and Making Money From Covering the Business of Law reports that the company was founded in 2006  by Magnus Hoglund and Marius Meland in a Starbucks […]

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