LVivian DiStasoegal Newspaper – New Jersey Law Journal

Vivian Distaso

238 Mulberry Street
Newark, NJ 07101

Tel: (973) 854-2910
Fax: (973) 642-0920

Since 1878, the New Jersey Law Journal has been the statewide legal authority of the New Jersey legal community. The Law Journal is the weekly source for legal information to New Jersey attorneys. Its Editorial staff has repeatedly been recognized for its editorial excellence and has won more than 150 journalism awards. Our subscribers have received the publication for an average of 15 years with 88% subscribing for 5 years or more.

Each week The Law Journal reaches over 31,000 affluent and influential decision-makers representing 71% of the practicing attorneys throughout the state. The Law Journal features lively, provocative journalism by award-winning reporters, editorials written by a “who’s who” of the bar leaders and our prestigious Editorial Board. It is a primary source in New Jersey for law firm news, court decisions and business news affecting the legal community. Our readers spend 35 minutes per issue with the newspaper, and annual subscription rates are over $400- making this a must-read publication.

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