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About Us

Attorney Journal, San Diego Edition is a B2B trade publication produced for and delivered to private practice attorneys in San Diego County. Each month our publication strives to present interesting features profiling attorneys, vendors, community news and brief and in-depth editorials on topics that San Diego attorneys want to read.

Circulation
Attorney Journal has  a controlled circulation. Our current readership consists of over 10,000 “private practice” attorneys in San Diego County.  On July 1, 2014 we will be launching our Orange County Edition which will have the same controlled circulation and format. We will also be launching a separate website for the Orange County Edition very soon.

Attorney Journal is produced monthly in 4-color, glossy print and digital formats. Our publication is distributed via U.S. Postal mail and the Internet. The online version of Attorney Journal is made available on our website and a monthly e-newsletter using "flipbook" software technology.

Our readers rely on legal services to help them execute their work more effectively and efficiently. They rely on Attorney Journal to provide them with the information they need to make educated decisions on which legal vendors to use and which attorneys they should refer their clients to when a specific area of expertise is required.

Why advertise to private practice attorneys in San Diego County?
Private practice attorneys are prime prospects for any service that will help them service their clients, develop their practices, manage their offices or enhance their personal lives. Placing an ad in the Attorney Journal is one of the best ways to capture their attention.

Some of the areas of expertise/services our readers are seeking include:

  • Other top attorneys to refer their clients to with niche areas expertise
  • Technology-related products and services
  • Litigation support services
  • Professional liability insurance
  • Financial services
  • Real estate services
  • Continuing legal education programs
  • Legal research materials
  • Office equipment and supplies
  • Personal insurance products
  • Employee benefits plans

Editorial Focus
The editorials in Attorney Journal cover an infinite array of topics, such as professional profiles, legal ethics, practice management, office management, marketing, technology, stress reduction, community news, and much more.

The Attorney Journal’s dedication to high-quality editorial and modern design, along with its strong and controlled readership, focus attention on and lend credibility to the advertisers included in each issue. Your ongoing advertising in the Attorney Journal will build name recognition, preserve current market share, and persuade new business opportunities.

Issue Closing Dates
Issue closing dates are typically the first Friday of each month for the next month’s issue. Feel free to inquire about any outside deadlines to submit new editorials and/or advertisements.

Contact us at (858) 505-0314 for more information and/or to request advertising rates.

Contact Information
Attorney Journal, 30211 Avenida De Las Banderas, Suite 200, Rancho Santa Margarita, CA 92688, Office: 858-505-0314, Fax:858-524-5808, info@AttorneyJournal.us

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