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the barrister Established 1999 Published four times a year, with the next publication due in June 12 the barrister can be described as informative and factual. It combines a topical review of the key issues in the profession, covering subjects in greater depth than any other legal magazine, keeping its recipients advised on what is essential to them professionally in general, and specific to them as practising barristers. It encompasses a full range of prestigious personal and professional services, with particular emphasis on the needs and requirements of this important body. The barrister is referred to regularly, and therefore offers an exceptional opportunity for any company wishing to advertise its product or services to a well targeted and committed audience, its area of focus being: Expert Witnesses, Legal and Financial Services, Information Technology, Charitable Trusts, Education. *The magazine is now available on the I-Pad and I-Phone* Format A4 printed in full colour on fine art paper Circulation Every barrister's chamber in England and Wales (302 London Chambers) (287 Provincial Chambers) Selected Major Law Firms in London. Also available at Hammicks legal bookshop Fleet St. and Wildy&Sons Fleet St Branch. Advertising By the very nature of the publication only a limited amount of relevant display advertising space is available to companies wishing to reach this prestigious and important readership. The collective annual earnings of the 10000+ barristers in the UK is nearly two billion pounds sterling the barrister is published by Media management Corporation Ltd.. Tel:0870 766 2715 .Editor Nigel Simmonds Publishing Director: Derek Payne


An Opportunity to promote your organisation in the forthcoming

Barrister Magazine ADVERTISING RATES & DATA Full Colour

Depth x Width

Quarter Page

125mm x 85mm.

Half Page

125mm x 180mm 255mm x 85mm

£1950

Single Page

255mm x 180mm

£2950

Double Page

255mm x 385mm

£4950

Page Trimmed:

297mm x 210mm

Special positions on request Inside Front/Inside Back Outside Back

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297mm x 210mm All  prices are exclusive of VAT Copy Requirements:

Advertising copy should be supplied in either a high resolution PDF or Quark Express 4.0 on  compact or Zip disk or by email. Everything supplied must be for use with Apple Mac. All Photshop scans should be 300 lines per inch ( any other resolution may suffer lost of  quality for which we cannot be held responsible (and save as either EPS or JPG Any other  form may prove unusable or result in delay. All fonts must be included. Please supply a hard copy/ colour guide which clearly indicate your companies/clients name on the material.

Page Trimmed: Page: Double Page Trimmed Double Page Bleed allowance: Column Width:

297mm x 210mm 255mm x 180mm 297mm x 420mm 255mm x 385mm 5mm per edge 55mm

Copy Dates:

Four weeks prior to issue date

Artwork: Preparation of a/w and typesetting at cost plus 15% handling fee.

Past and present advertisers include: Clerical Medical, Standard life KPMG, , BUPA, The Times, Siemens Financial Services, Cambridge University Press, Oxford University Press,, Royal British Legion Source: Reader Survey


Barristers are among the highest net worth set of individuals in the UK. Generous incomes enable barristers to educate their children privately. In a recent reader survey, 84% of respondents chose independent boarding schools for their children. Car ownership statistics revealed that 51% of respondents possessed one car, 46% two cars and 3% three cars. Respondents with two vehicles generally owned a four or five door saloon or estate, usually with a sports as a second car.

Credit Card Holders Barristers” Earnings

Diners

£100,000 - £450,000 £75,000 - £350,000 £450,000 - £850,000 £300,000 - £600,000

Others Cards

Commercial Advocate Criminal Advocate Commercial QC Criminal QC

AMEX Master

What Practice

Visa Criminal Advocate

Commercial QC

Commercial Advocate

0%

20%

40%

60%

Criminal QC

Number of Years Left at the Bar

Age Profile of Respondents

45-55 55+

Up to 1 Year (28%)

35-45 25-35

1 to 3 Years (21%)

10+ Years (12%) 5 to 10Years (25%) 3 to 5 Years (14%)

Sports Participation 100 50 0 Series1

Skiing

Golf

Tennis

Sailing

Squash

Rugby

Equestr

64

47

47

20

30

10

3

Source: Reader Survey


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