When Garland's Digest was a subscription-based web site, our
subscribers were primarily attorneys in private practice,
corporate counsel (including Fortune 500 companies), federal
court judges and clerks, and government attorneys at the
federal, state and local level charged with enforcing employment
Now that Garland's Digest is ad-based, there will be more
users falling into those same categories as well as many
employees and employers who are seeking information on
employment discrimination laws (just like you seek medical
information on the internet when someone in your family has a
All advertising at this web site is through the
Google AdWords program. To learn more about
Googe AdWords, follow this
Who should advertise?
Attorneys seeking new clients.
Providers of legal seminars.
Publishers of books on particular areas of interest to
attorneys who practice employment discrimination law. For
example, a book on statistics.
In addition, we provide our visitors with a "Diversions"
section of the web site where they can take a break for a minute
and seek a list of articles on the internet on particular areas
of interest to them. Businesses that provide products or
services in these areas of interest should advertise on these
If you have any questions, you may contact us by sending an
However, we cannot provide legal advice and will not respond
to questions that are seeking legal advice or legal opinions.