Meagan Crowley-Hsu is the deputy editor of Thomson Reuters’ Practical Law The Journal: Litigation. Since Meagan Crowley-Hsu joined Practical Law the Journal roughly four years ago, the magazine has emerged as a staple in the industry for its coverage of complex legal issues, trends and law practice management. The journal boasts a circulation of approximately 95,000. As deputy editor of the bimonthly publication, Crowley-Hsu is tasked with commissioning, editing and writing resources for litigators; supervising design and social media for every issue; analyzing data to better target potential subscribers; and coordinating with contributors, which includes federal judges and in-house counsel. Her cultivation of relationships has led to partnership webinars, placements on important blogs and development of resources that would typically be beyond the magazine’s in-house capabilities. This is Crowley-Hsu’s first media job, making her an obvious rising star in this industry. Before joining Practical Law, she was a senior associate in Reed Smith LLP’s litigation department and, prior to that, a litigation associate at Debevoise & Plimpton LLP. She has received multiple Thomson Reuters awards for her commissioning, writing, editing and peer reviewing work at Practical Law. And she has actually already received a “Rising Star” honor, though it was in the legal field. Super Lawyers Magazine issued her the award for intellectual property litigation in 2013.
Meagan Crowley Hsu is the deputy editor of Thomson Reuters’ Practical Law, The Journal: Litigation and she talks about what readers can expect to see in the current issue.
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