New York Law Journal Taps Farrell McManus for Associate Publisher Position

Farrell McManus will be replacing Brian Corrigan as associate publisher of the New York Law Journal, Law Journal parent company ALM announced today.

McManus joins ALM from Incisive Media, where he was publisher of financial-technology B2B mag Waters. Before that, he served as commercial director for Incisive Media’s Financial IT division. He has also worked for CMP Media and Details.

Corrigan is moving to California, where he will remain with ALM, reporting to vice president and group publisher Stephen Lincoln.

Press release after the jump.


NEW YORK (March 29, 2010) — ALM, a leading provider of specialized business news and information, today announced the appointment of Farrell McManus as associate publisher of the New York Law Journal. McManus joins ALM from Incisive Media, where he served as publisher for the Waters brands. In his new position, he will head the team responsible for sales of print, online and event advertising and sponsorships for the NYLJ. He replaces Brian Corrigan, who will be relocating to California, and will report to Stephen Lincoln, vice president, group publisher.

McManus had served as publisher of Waters since 2007. Previously, he was commercial director for Incisive Media’s Financial IT Group and served as a national sales manager for CMP Media. He began his career in the media industry at Details magazine. McManus received his bachelor’s degree from Fairfield University and holds a law degree from New York Law School.

Founded in 1888, the New York Law Journal is the largest daily circulation legal newspaper in the nation. Each business day, thousands of New York lawyers turn to the New York Law Journal and its Web site, www.nylj.com, for the latest legal news, court information, decisional law, advance word on new statues and regulation, and coverage of the profession, all coupled with expert analysis and perspective.