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The New York Law Journal was founded in March 1888, introduced to a city with 40 lively newspapers competing for attention as its inhabitants recovered from a crippling blizzard. The Law Journal had a mission: it would stand out as a paper devoted to "reporting on legal decisions, the production of topics of interest to the Bench and Bar, and the publication of court calendars and legal notices." It also promised to become "one of the recognized legal publications of the country." Today, the Law Journal is New York State's most trusted daily source of legal news and information about state and federal courts, law firms large and small, judges and lawyers, government agencies and public interest groups, law schools and in-house departments and more. Mission accomplished, and then some.
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