With a print-run of 13,000 and a circulation of 39,000, the Gazette’s main readers are lawyers who influence the legal, business and financial decisions of their clients, from private individuals to the largest multinationals.
Advertise in the award-winning Gazette
There are many opportunities to advertise in the Gazette – whether on Gazette.ie or in the hard-copy magazine.
Advertising online on Gazette.ie
You can reach our audience of legal professionals using our award-winning daily news service from just €250. Options include:
- Skyscraper ad (250 x 500 pixels) - €400 for one week, or €1,250 for four weeks.
- Small display ad (250 x 250 pixels) - €250 for one week, or €1,100 for four weeks.
- Homepage banner ad (1,060 x 275 pixels) - €500 for one week, or €1,650 for four weeks.
To see all the advertising options available, download the online rate card.
To discuss advertising on Gazette.ie, contact advertising manager Seán Ó hOisín:
- Tel: 086 811 7116
- Email: email@example.com
- Post: Sean Ó hOisín, Advertising Manager, 10 Arran Road, Dublin 9
Advertising in the magazine
For information on advertising opportunities in the Gazette (hard-copy magazine), view our commercial advertising rates.
Professional Notices in the magazine
The copy deadlines for professional notices (including: lost wills, title deeds, recruitment/miscellaneous small adverts) are usually the second Friday of every month. Rates for the ‘Professional Notices’ section of the magazine are outlined below (and include VAT at 23 per cent):
- Wills - €150
- Title deeds - €300 per deed
- Employment/miscellaneous - €150
- Highlight your notice by putting a box around it for an extra €30.
All notices must be paid for prior to publication. Payment can be made by debit or credit card or by cheque. Cheques should be made payable to ‘Law Society of Ireland’.
Search the Archive
An archive of Gazette back issues is available to members and subscribers online (from 1997), meaning that our clients’ advertisements continue to work hard for them online.
The Law Society Gazette makes every effort to ensure that its advertising is in no way misleading, deceptive, fraudulent, unfair, unlawful or polemical. In doing so, it closely adheres to the codes laid down by the Advertising Standards Authority for Ireland (ASAI).
For details of the parameters for accepting or rejecting advertisements, advertisers and readers are encouraged to view the Gazette’s Advertising Code.
For further information, please contact one of the Gazette team.