A new year, a new digital Gazette
January sees a big milestone for the Law Society Gazette with the publication of our first fully digital edition of the weekly magazine.
You can now access even more expert analysis on all the latest legal news anywhere, at any time and on any device.
This week's edition includes:
- a focus on why our decades-old surrogacy laws are in urgent need of reform
- Joanna Goodman finds out what keeps law firm compliance officers up at night
- Johnathan Goldsmith argues that the metaverse offers new opportunities to lawyers
- aviation experts have told Michael Cross that flying cars are running into legal turbulence
The legal profession is fast and adaptive, and so is the news, commentary and media discussing it.
The Law Society Gazette has long been the place for legal media, covering landmark changes, featuring you and your stories and keeping you informed of what's happening in firms, practice areas and across the sector.
After 118 years of print, the Law Society Gazette has made the transition to become entirely digital. The decision was made to be more reflective of how readers are engaging with media.
The ever-changing news, and its frequency, means that online updates are the quickest and most convenient way to share things with you.
The shift to digital is more sustainable and environmentally conscious too. Stopping the print and distribution of 68,069 copies of the magazine each week will significantly help to reduce our carbon footprint and have a positive environmental impact.
It's also the most cost-effective way to communicate – both for the Gazette and for you. The digital Gazette will be completely free.
What you can expect
You can still expect the same features from the digital Gazette.
None of the long-standing staples will be going anywhere, but now there will also be exclusive, in-depth analysis that you won't be able to find anywhere else.
Each Gazette issue is now released earlier. Instead of a Monday launch, the online edition is delivered straight to your inbox every Friday.
If you're already signed up to receive daily updates from the Gazette, you'll have started receiving the digital-only weekly magazine.
If not, sign up to the Gazette Daily Update.
If you'd like to only receive the weekly magazine without the daily updates, you can choose just that option when registering.