Yesterday, I had the pleasure to visit with a group of law school professors. I talked about Arizona Attorney Magazine—and not so subtly urged them to consider writing for us.
My appearance was at the invitation of Keith Swisher, a Phoenix School of Law Professor and a member of the magazine’s Editorial Board. He had slotted me in to a lunch & learn kind of spot—and I sure appreciate it.
Talking about the magazine is something I enjoy. Besides getting our word out, it also forces me to recommit to the goals set out in our mission statement. I mean, you can’t say them aloud numerous times if you don’t believe them (I mean, assuming you’re not a politician).
Here are a few photos I took as folks were sitting down.
Here, by the way, is that Mission Statement. As I told the assembled professors, the important thing to note is that every one of the bullets is focused on lawyers and their practice:
- Arizona Attorney helps our readers do their job better—more efficiently and profitably—through editorial content that is analytical and topical.
- Arizona Attorney is a practical resource and a valuable tool for Arizona lawyers on matters related to their practice, the justice system, the regulation of the legal profession and the improvement of the quality of legal services.
- Arizona Attorney magazine strives to be the number-one source of legal news and information and the best forum for Arizona lawyers.
- Our content sparks stimulating discussion through the presentation of challenging and thoughtful ideas.
- We take an active role in creating a community in which lawyers can better connect with each other.
My payment for the lunch talk was a delicious sandwich; that was expected. But what I didn’t expect was the breadth and variety of ideas that came my way once I was done speaking. All I had to say was, “That’s what I’ve got, but do any of you have any story ideas you’d like to share?”
Did they ever! I wrote them all down, and I’ll be slotting a good number of them for future coverage.
Thank you again, Keith!
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