Law Society of Ireland launches daily legal news service.
The Law Society of Ireland has announced the launch of Gazette.ie, a daily legal news service, featuring breaking legal news and analysis not available anywhere else.
Gazette.ie will deliver the most important legal stories via morning news updates, a breaking news service throughout the day and, for subscribers, long-read articles from 1 January 2019. The award-winning journalism team behind Gazette.ie will also produce video news clips featuring interviews with legislators, legal experts, practitioners and conference keynote speakers.
This online service will supplement the Law Society Gazette magazine, and members and subscribers will continue to receive the hard-copy magazine.
Proud of tradition, prepared for the future
“The Gazette magazine is a historic pillar of the Law Society of Ireland. With 1,115 published editions to date, it has been a treasured source of quality legal news, views, analysis and information since 1907,” said Director General of the Law Society of Ireland Ken Murphy.
“With the launch of Gazette.ie we are building on that rich history for the digital era, while retaining all the essential elements of the traditional, multi-award-winning Gazette magazine.”
News Over Audio
“One of the most innovative aspects of Gazette.ie is the launch of our new narrated journalism service,” explained Mr Murphy.
“The Gazette joins other illustrious publications such as The Economist, The New York Times, Financial Times, Bloomberg News and The Irish Times in providing this service to readers, in collaboration with our service partner, News Over Audio – the global leader in narrated journalism.”
Designed for a modern legal profession
“The Irish solicitors’ profession is growing and changing at a rapid pace,” said Mr Murphy.
“There is also an increased international interest in the Irish legal system, particularly through the prism of Brexit. This innovative news site has been designed to serve the modern Irish solicitor as well as those with an interest in the Irish legal system, both at home and abroad.”
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