Become a contributor to Plaintiff
Plaintiff magazine is looking for contributing writers who have the desire to advance their practices by sharing their experience, research and advice with colleagues. Plaintiff is a nuts-and-bolts journal for trial practice. Each month, experienced attorneys present informative articles revealing how they craft complaints, maximize discovery and use voir dire effectively to win actions in torts such as employment, auto accidents, medical malpractice, products liability and insurance bad faith.
In-depth articles explore case law, case preparation, handling defendants’ pretrial motions, and making successful arguments to the jury. Other practitioners discuss the most effective way to use alternative dispute forums such as arbitration and mediation. Experienced expert witnesses provide primers in their fields of expertise.
With an article in Plaintiff, your expertise can be placed in front of 5,500 trial lawyers in Northern and Central California. Plaintiff is unique because it reaches beyond the local trial lawyer associations to connect you with plaintiffs’ lawyers throughout all of Northern and Central California, including San Francisco, East Bay, San Jose, Sacramento, Redding, the Central Valley and Central Coast.
Plaintiff is published by Neubauer & Associates, a California legal magazine publisher for over 17 years. Since 2002, Neubauer & Associates has published Advocate magazine for the Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles. With a circulation of 9,200 throughout eight counties in Southern California, Advocate is a respected publication and the largest trial lawyer magazine in the country.
We welcome your contributions on any aspect of trial practice at any time. To make each issue of Plaintiff vital and interesting to the largest possible number of readers, we have chosen not to restrict articles to a monthly theme such as medical malpractice or premises liability. If you plan to write an article specifically for Plaintiff, please query our editor in advance with a brief outline of the article and when you propose to have it ready.