Lawyers Weekly, Inc., the nation's premier source of legal information for practicing attorneys, leads the industry in integrating traditional newspaper products with innovative Internet benefits, e-mail services and web-based reporting. Founded in 1972, Lawyers Weekly, Inc. has expanded its presence over the years to include seven state-specific weekly publications (in Massachusetts, Michigan, Missouri, North Carolina, Rhode Island, South Carolina and Virginia) and a bi-weekly national newspaper, Lawyers Weekly USA.
The state newspapers cover legal news, appellate decisions, verdict and settlement reports, passed and pending legislation, and more. Lawyers Weekly USA offers up-to-the-minute coverage of court decisions, legislation, litigation trends and practice management information. Each Lawyers Weekly newspaper also has its own website, containing subscriber-only benefits such as E-Mail Alerts, Judicial Profiles and Searchable Archives.
In 2003, Lawyers Weekly launched New England In-House, Midwest In-House and Atlantic Coast In-House, quarterly newspaper publications with companion websites. These three quarterlies are the only regionalized newspapers addressing the specific needs of in-house lawyers with easy-to-read information, news and practice tips.
And, in 2004, Lawyers Weekly debuted the Missouri Medical Law Report and the Virginia Medical Law report, quarterly publications for doctors and health care providers in those two states that cover legal developments that impact how doctors practice from both a risk management perspective and a practice management perspective.
Our award-winning reporting has been relied on by hundreds of thousands of lawyers, as well as by respected news sources like The Washington Post, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Times of London, CNN, MSNBC and Fox News.
Lawyers Weekly also offers a variety of other valuable services to lawyers, including books, client newsletters, an online job bank, lawyer-to-lawyer referrals, expert witness directories, and e-mail discussion groups.