Please note that the DWLR office will be closed May 11-15. We will still publish a newspaper each day but will be unavailable to answer phone calls, return emails or process payments. Please plan ahead accordingly.
Please note that on the following holidays, the DWLR will not publish an edition of the paper.
Effective immediately, we are discontinuing our
Subscriber/Non-Subscriber pricing structure for legal ads. All legal ads
will be priced at Non-Subscriber rates.
Starting August 1, 2014 you can pay invoices online with either a check or any major charge card (American Express, Mastercard, Visa and Discover).
The DWLR will be closed on the following days:
September 1, 2014 - Labor Day
October 13, 2014 - Columbus Day
November 27, 28, 2014 - Thanksgiving Day
December 22-26, 2014 - Christmas
Please note: although our office will be closed on these days, we will still publish a newspaper except of the day of the actual holidays. If you have questions about this schedule, please call us at (410)244-6688.
In observance of Independence Day, the DWLR will not publish a newspaper on Friday, July 4th. We will resume our normal publishing schedule beginning on Monday, July 7th. However, our office will be closed from July 4th through July 9th and will reopen for normal business hours on July 10th.
Please plan accordingly and have a happy and safe Fourth of July!
The DWLR will not publish a newspaper on the following days:
November 28, 2013 - Thanksgiving Day
December 24-25, 2013 - Christmas Eve and Day
January 1, 2014 - New Year's Day
Our office will be closed fom December 23 - 27, 2013 for the holiday.
Effective immediately our policy regarding the reprinting/republication of probate notices will change to include the following:
The DWLR is pleased to announce that we've been awarded the 1st Place prize for Public Notices in the National Newspaper Association's Better Newspaper Contest.
One of the longest and most prolific professional careers in the history of the District of Columbia concluded in November, 2007 with the retirement of our longtime Legal Editor Michael A. Schuchat. During a 51-year career, he reviewed an estimated 40,000 written opinions and wrote headnotes for nearly 35,000 of them from every major court in the nation’s capital. It is a staggering work product to behold. Having read and digested that much case law he was undoubtedly a repository of legal knowledge that rivals, or exceeds, that of any appellate judge, anywhere.