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Publisher’s Note

Welcome to the Premiere Issue of Attorney Journal, San Diego Edition!

Attorney Journal is a monthly controlled circulation, 4-color, glossy print and digital business-to-business trade magazine produced specifically for and delivered to private practice attorneys in San Diego County at no charge.

In each issue, you'll find features on noteworthy and respected private practice attorneys and other industry related specialists. These will be people and organizations you will want to know, people with outstanding reputations who can provide you with fresh insight about their private practices in San Diego County.

A special thanks goes to John Gomez for gracing the cover of this issue. If it weren't for him, the culture of what it takes to be our cover story wouldn't have been possible. John is talented, well regarded and has an amazing track record of success.

Another special thanks goes out to our inside-featured professionals that include our Professional Profile of the Month, Dana Dunwoody: Solo Practitioner of the Month, Elizabeth Koumas; and Company of the Month, TERIS. Thank you for trusting us to share your stories of success.

In upcoming issues you will continue to read from an array of topics including professional profiles, pending legislation, legal ethics, practice management, technology, marketing, lifestyle issues, summaries of recent court rulings, professional discipline, legal malpractice, community news, and much more.

Attorney Journal has no strict agenda nor is it affiliated with any industry association. We are published by Sticky Media, LLC, which is a branded content media firm with an impressive history publishing other exceptional local business-to-business trade publications.

We want to hear from you and welcome your nominations for attorneys and firms worthy of being featured in upcoming issues. Also, we are now accepting press releases and other submissions for our (soon to be released) local industry news section "Community News."

We look forward to contributing toward your future success.


Executive Publisher, Attorney Journal      President, Sticky Media, LLC

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