JDJournal to Begin Paying for Quality News Leads

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Legal news site JDJournal announced Thursday that it would be expanding its efforts to collect quality news leads. The website will now compensate individuals for news tips in its ongoing efforts to provide readers with the most up-to-date, comprehensive legal news coverage.

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By offering to pay for leads, we are showing our dedication to our readers, as we always strive to get the most current, relevant stories for our readers.

Legal news blog JDJournal announced on Thursday that it would be expanding its efforts to seek out original news leads. In order to better serve its readers, the news site will now compensate individuals who provide quality news leads.

JDJournal’s announcement is part of its ongoing efforts to solidify its reputation as a source for breaking news surrounding the legal industry. Harrison Barnes, the CEO and owner of JDJournal’s parent company, LawCrossing, announced Thursday that the website will begin compensating individuals who provide quality news tips. According to Barnes, “We’re willing to wire you the money directly if the lead is a good one. Basically, the better the lead, the more I’m willing to pay for it.”

JDJournal will pay $50 and up per lead if the story is used on the site. The leads should be anything related to law firms, law schools, lawyers, law students, and other people and organizations involved with them.

JDJournal is dedicated to analyzing current trends in the legal community in-depth, profiling interesting professionals, talking about law school and law firm issues, legal celebrity news, and other legal matters. The site also covers shocking and unique stories in order to bring them to a wider audience.

The legal blog hopes to cover more ground by offering to pay for leads, and Mr. Barnes feels strongly that this will open up opportunities for the site.

“By offering to pay for leads, we are showing our dedication to our readers, as we always strive to get the most current, relevant stories for our readers,” says Barnes. “We invite anyone with the scoop on a lead that would make a good story to submit it to us right away.”

JDJournal can be reached by emailing them at aostler(at)jdjournal(dot)com or by phone at 800-298-6440. If regular mail is preferred, the blog can also be reached here:

202 South Lake Ave
Unit 250
Pasadena, CA 91101

About JDJournal
JDJournal is part of the Employment Research Institute, a national research company dedicated to helping attorneys and others find jobs and advance their current opportunities. JDJournal was once a print publication, but for years has focused on covering important legal issues and other issues that are pressing to the legal mind. Designed for students and lawyers alike, JDJournal is an active blog that thrives on the feedback of its readers.

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