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Reach every lawyer in Montana
If businesses want an audience to pay attention to a particular message, they need to use a medium that the audience prefers and uses frequently. Only one medium reaches every lawyer in Montana – the Montana Lawyer magazine.
The Montana Lawyer is the official publication of the State Bar of Montana. It is mailed 10 times per year to every lawyer licensed to practice law in Montana, judges and many other legal professionals in the state and around the country. The circulation of the print magazine is approximately 5,400. The print edition is black and white, but color ads can be accommodated in the online edition of the magazine.
You can advertise a job on the State Bar of Montana's new Career Center. There, you can email your job directly to job-seeking professionals, place your job in front of our highly qualified members, search our resume database of qualified candidates, manage jobs and applicant activity right on our site, limit applicants only to those who are qualified, and fill you jobs more quickly with great talent, all for as low as $99, which comes with a free insertion in the Montana Lawyer.
You can also advertise your jobs, services, office space and more in the Montana Lawyer classified section.
MontanaBar.org is the official website of the State Bar of Montana with over 190,000 visitors and more than 500,000 page views every year. To help advertisers get more value from their advertising, the Montana Lawyer offers an enhanced digital edition of the magazine. The digital edition is available free to anyone who visits the Bar’s website. The digital edition increases readership among audience segments who do not regularly receive or subscribe to the magazine, such as employees of law firms and court personnel.
Another benefit of the digital edition is that ads can be made interactive with hotlinks to the advertiser’s website and/or e-mail addresses at no additional charge.
Questions? Contact Joe Menden at (406) 447-2200 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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