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San Francisco, CA, United States, 2014/07/03 - ALM’s The Recorder Launches Not Big Law, New Digital Magazine for Professionals in Midsized and Small Law Firms in California - ALM.com.
ALM’s The Recorder today announced the launch of Not Big Law, a new monthly digital magazine created for attorneys and other legal professionals working in California law firms with 1 to 20 attorneys.
“There are approximately 124,000 California practitioners working in firms with fewer than 21 attorneys,” said Molly Miller, publisher of The Recorder. “This community of law firms does not need less information, just more targeted information, but they have neither the time, budget nor support staff to curate the most relevant news and analysis. Not Big Law delivers news about developments affecting smaller firms, recent most-read California court decisions, and the most relevant expert columns for attorneys who practice in midsized and small law firms.”
Developed by The Recorder, a weekly print and daily digital news site, Not Big Law focuses on practice area content for smaller firms, including best practices, peer perspectives, case updates, and verdicts and settlements from ALM’s VerdictSearch database. Not Big Law will average 50 pages per edition and is available at no charge for smaller firms.
The July edition features LexisNexis as the premier sponsor. Solutions targeted to the Not Big Law community showcased in the magazine are LexisNexis MedMal Navigator® and LexisNexis® Litigation Profile Suite.
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