For several years here at Employment Research Institute, the parent company of The JD Journal, we have thoughtfully considered the most efficient ways to addresses issues, concerns, and new products that are directly related to enhancing the professional lives and job-seeking efforts of attorneys, law students, and other legal staff. Our newest venture is no exception.

The JD Journal, till recently a print publication, is dedicated to in-depth analysis of current trends in the legal community, profiles of fascinating professionals, academic issues and lifestyle discussions for law school students, and a few out-of-the-ordinary goings on in the world. Backed by the power of Employment Research Institute, there is no other publisher in the world more uniquely qualified to write to, and for, legal professionals. The widespread distribution of our products demands that we stay up to date on the latest developments in the legal community.



Andrew Ostler (aostler@jdjournal.com)



Amanda Griffin

Daniel June

Teresa Lo


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