Doesn't RecommendNeutral OutlookNo opinion of CEO
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I worked at Daily Journal (California) full-time (More than a year)
Seems to mainly be a jump-off for graduate students to other journalism jobs. There is a core of savvy legal reporters.
Frequent turnover in positions including editors. Never seemed to be a coherent vision as to what the paper was trying to accomplish.
Advice to Management
Needs to differentiate itself with more of the insider legal vision readers expect from a law-focused daily newspaper. Requiring a graduate degree means the bulk of the newsroom is comprised of reporters inexperienced in covering the law and in reporting.
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Legal matters dominate in these papers. Daily Journal Corporation is a leading newspaper publisher with about a dozen papers serving markets primarily in California. Its flagship papers include the Los Angeles Daily Journal and the San Francisco Daily Journal, which offer in-depth coverage of legal cases and court matters in addition to general interest news. The company also publishes legal affairs magazine California Lawyer, operates subscription-based access to court case and real estate information, and publishes a legal directory for California. Board members Charles ...