As we told our contributors this morning, I'm very happy to report that we've partnered with American Lawyer Media so that their readers can now enjoy JD Supra content on Law.com and other ALM web publications.
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We use the term "integrated" to describe this partnership because this isn't merely a matter of ALM featuring JD Supra links. We serve up our contributors' good work seamlessly on Law.com wherever their editors choose to feature it, bylined to the original authors (many of the best and brightest attorneys writing on legal and business issues of the day).
You can also browse an archive of material here, as new articles are published.
Daily inclusion of JD Supra content on Law.com is based on editorial considerations. Here are recent examples as the partnership gets underway:
Take Your Work To Wherever Your Readers Gather
That's our motto around the JD Supra office. Emphasis on wherever. We have always felt that our contributors are best served if we place their work in front of a willing, interested, and engaged audience where those readers happen to gather. Technology makes it easier than ever to execute on this promise - and so, as we build JDSupra.com as a useful, daily destination for legal analysis and business intelligence (including via social media subscriptions and our highly customized email briefs), we also partner with organizations and brands whose readers need to know about the very matters our contributors are covering.
We're thrilled now to be able to do this with Law.com and American Lawyer Media, truly an industry leader. And a shout out to our contributors, whose excellent content makes this type of syndication possible.