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Lawyers Diary and Manual Celebrates Multiple Product Anniversaries

Reference books have been connecting the legal community for more than 140 years

NEW PROVIDENCE, N.J., April 16, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Lawyers Diary and Manual, LLC, the leading publisher of the legal Red Book directories for five states that are available in print, online and on the go, announced today several legislative and bar directory print publication anniversaries—with some going back more than 140 years. One of the diaries not acquired around this time period but in the spring of 1985 was the New Hampshire Law Directory and Daybook®.

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Lawyers Diary and Manual maintains nine annual products under the Lawyers Diary umbrella. Fitzgerald's Legislative Manual®which is the oldest of the publications at 143 years old—as well as New Jersey Lawyers Diary and Manual® and New York Lawyers Diary and Manual® all began printing annually in the 1800s. The three are not only still in publication today but also continue to be preeminent key contacts and procedural resources in their respective markets.

The company's annual publications and their years published include:

Publication

Years Published

Fitzgerald's Legislative Manual®

143

New Jersey Lawyers Diary and Manual®

126

New York Lawyers Diary and Manual®

116

Florida Lawyers Diary and Manual®

57

Massachusetts Lawyers Diary and Manual®

55

New Hampshire Law Directory and Daybook®

39

New Jersey LegalPages®

26

Massachusetts Maps, Courts and Judges®

20

New York LegalPages®

11

"While it is a testament to our longevity that lawyers continuously rely on these highly researched print resources in their daily practice, Lawyers Diary and Manual also provides immense value today by connecting busy legal professionals online and on the go with LDMonline and LDMmobile," said Ed Denne, COO and publisher of Lawyers Diary and Manual.

LDMonline and LDMmobile, which are both continuously updated, were introduced in 2011. The numbers of their subscribers and subscriber usage have soared with each product upgrade and new feature release. To learn more about the Lawyers Diary and Manual family of products, visit www.lawdiary.com.

About Lawyers Diary and Manual, LLC

Lawyers Diary and Manual, LLC is the leading publisher of legal directories that are available in print, online and on the go, serving New Jersey, New York, Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Florida. For more than 140 years, its annual legislative guide and bar directories have been the most accurate and comprehensive resources for the legal community for finding critical contacts and key procedural information referenced every day. The Lawyers Diary and Manual®, commonly known as the Red Book, has user-friendly Web-based and mobile equivalents that are continuously updated with information of more than 700,000 listings. Law firms from solo practitioners to the Am Law 200 rely on LDMonline™ and LDMmobile™ as well as targeted print and online marketing to raise their profile and name recognition. To discover how Lawyers Diary and Manual provides the best connections for the legal community, visit www.lawdiary.com or call (973) 642-1440.

Contacts:

Ed Denne
COO, Lawyers Diary and Manual
890 Mountain Ave., Suite 300
New Providence, NJ 07974
Phone: 973-642-1440, ext. 105
Email

Christopher Leary
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