1. What will happen if I have a subscription to the DC Legal Times and the National Law Journal?
You have two options:
2. I am a group subscriber to the Legal Times and am not sure how this merger will effect my subscription and/or personalized account service?
Your subscription will continue as normal and you will start to receive the new The National Law Journal immediately. If you have any other questions regarding your group account please call Mari Mullane at 202-828-0357 or email he at email@example.com.
3. Will the DC Legal Times web-site still be active on May 4th 2009?
No, on May 4th The National Law Journal website (www.nlj.com) will be enhanced to include content from the legal times. While the old URL www.legaltimes.com will redirect to the NLJ site it is suggested that you update your bookmarks.
4. As a previous DC Legal Times web registrant will I now get full access to the National Law Journal online, or just those articles affiliated with DC content?
You will have the same level of access at the new NLJ website as you did on legaltimes.com. If you have any questions please call our customer service center at 1-877-256-CIRC
5. How will my online registration to the Legal Times website be effected with this transition?
Starting on May 4th the Legaltimes.com website will redirect to the enhanced NLJ.com site. Your online registration will work just the same as it did on legaltimes.com.
6. How will my online registration to the National Law Journal be affected with this transition?
Your registration will not be affected. You might have to re-login on the 4th however. The only change will be the additional content from legaltimes.com.
7. I am currently getting a number of editorial emails from these publications, how will this change going forward?
Starting on May 4th you will begin to receive two daily emails one National Law Journal Daily Headlines in the AM, and the LegalTimes Afternoon Update.
8. How can I be sure I will be getting the same local DC coverage within this new NLJ product?
The new National Law Journal will have a dedicated section within the paper, and on the NLJ.com website, which will deal specifically with Washington DC content.
9. I am currently an advertiser in the Legal Times and would like to find out how this merger will affect my current rates and my options to advertise with the National Law Journal after May 4th 2009. All advertisers to the DC Legal Times should have been contacted regarding the merger. If you have not had the opportunity to speak with your rep, or are an individual now interested in placing an ad in the National Law Journal, please call (202) 457-0686
10. What will happen to The BLT: Blog of Legal Times?
The BLT will continue on the new nlj.com website.