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What Paralegal Magazine Subscriptions Will You Purchase or Renew?

Compared to magazines geared to lawyers, the number of national magazines for paralegals and legal assistants is a “drop in the bucket”. I thought about asking paralegals, legal assistants and students what magazines they are reading now to “stay in the loop” professionally (if any), but publications change and so do our interests, needs, and in this recessionary economy, our budgets. I think the better question is, “What national paralegal magazine subscriptions will you either purchase or renew in the coming year?”

I am going to post a blog survey about magazine subscriptions, but first want to make sure that I don’t leave out any major national magazines geared primarily toward paralegals and legal assistants. Here’s the list I have compiled so far:

Facts & Findings
KNOW A Magazine for Paralegals
@LAW The NALS Magazine for Legal Professionals
Litigation Support Today
LTN: Legal Technology News
National Paralegal Reporter
Paralegal Today (formerly Legal Assistant Today)
The Alliance Echo

If I’ve left out any magazines which should be included in the survey, please either comment below or e-mail me at

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