NEW YORK– LAWFUEL – The American Law News Wire –ALM, a leading media company serving legal and business professionals, today announced that five of its legal newspapers, the Daily Business Review®, the Fulton County Daily Report®, Legal Times®, the New York Law Journal® and The Recorder®, have been named as winners in multiple print and Web journalism awards competitions.
The Daily Business Review in Miami has taken top honors in The Florida Bar Media Awards Competition in the “Newspapers and Other Periodicals Under 50,000 Circulation” category. This is the fifth time in the last seven years that the Florida Bar has awarded the newspaper its Grand Prize for reporting.
The Daily Report in Atlanta received two Associated Press awards: one for its prize winning series “Grounded: A Sky Without Delta” and one for “Excellence in Beat Reporting” for its coverage of the Georgia Supreme Court race.
Legal Times in Washington D.C. was a multiple winner in this year’s Maryland-Delaware-D.C. Press Association awards competition. Legal Times won 13 awards in total, including a Best of Show award for a four-part series last fall that looked at money, law, and politics. The Best of Show competition pitted the paper against others, including the Washington Post and the Baltimore Sun. The newspaper received 12 other awards in its circulation category, including six first-place awards.
The New York Law Journal received a New York Newspaper Publishers Association Award of Excellence for Distinguished Investigative Reporting for 2006-2006 for its series “Dismantling Parole.”
The Recorder in San Francisco received six journalism awards from the California Newspaper Publishers Association, in addition to three Associated Press awards received earlier this year. The paper was honored in categories including Writing; Columns, Commentary and Criticism; Op-Ed pages and Environmental/Agricultural reporting. In addition, the paper was named as a winner in the Best Web Site competition for its www.callaw.com site.
“These latest awards are further confirmation of the outstanding level of journalism that is consistently produced by the writers, editors and designers of ALM’s newspapers,” said William Pollak, president and CEO of ALM. “Our congratulations go to the editorial teams involved on this well-deserved recognition by their peers.”
Headquartered in New York City, ALM is a leading integrated media company, focused on the legal and business communities. ALM currently owns and publishes 33 national and regional magazines and newspapers, including The American Lawyer, Corporate Counsel®, The National Law Journal® and Real Estate Forum®. The company is one of North America’s largest producers of conferences and trade shows for business leaders and the legal profession. ALM’s Law.com® is the Web’s leading legal news and information network, while ALM’s GlobeSt.com® is the Web’s leading information source for commercial real estate professionals. Other ALM businesses include book and newsletter publishing, court verdict and settlement reporting, production of professional educational seminars, market research and content distribution. ALM was formed by U.S. Equity Partners, L.P., a private equity fund sponsored by Wasserstein & Co., LP. More information on ALM’s businesses and services is available on the Web at www.alm.com.List your legal jobs on the LawFuel Network