American Lawyer Media Names Molly Colin as Editor of The Connecticut Law Tribune

Posted on February 24, 1999

American Lawyer Media, Inc. (ALM) has announced the appointment of Molly Colin as editor of The Connecticut Law Tribune, Connecticut's weekly newspaper devoted exclusively to coverage of legal affairs and the state's legal community.

Colin joins The Connecticut Law Tribune following 15 years as a reporter and editor for regional and national publications including The Recorder, The San Francisco Examiner, The Santa Barbara News-Press, and The Daily Journal. From 1997 to 1998, Colin was a contributor to The Christian Science Monitor from Russia. Prior to this, she reported from the Boston bureau of Newsweek after serving as a correspondent for Newsweek in Canada.

In addition, Colin was a National Desk stringer for The New York Times from their San Francisco bureau from 1986 to 1988. She has also been a freelance writer for a variety of publications, including The National Law Journal, International Wildlife, Washington Journalism Review, San Francisco Magazine, Harvard Magazine, and Harvard Law Bulletin. She received a bachelor's degree from the University of California, Berkeley in 1976.

The Connecticut Law Tribune, based in Fairfield, has readership of 23,560. The paper features in-depth coverage of legal developments across the state, including coverage of Superior Court, U.S. District Court, 2nd Circuit and state administrative agency opinions. The Connecticut Law Tribune has been published for more than 25 years.

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