The following email purports to be a reminder, but it is the first communication from WWLR. It ends with a bizarre confidentiality notice and disclaimer. The confusion of first and last names is also reminiscent of Chinese spam, although Al Global's website sports a London address.
Tuesday, January 17, 2017
World Wide Law Review
The World Wide Law Review does not pretend to be an academic journal, but the publisher, Al Global Media, portrays itself as a "dedicated network of writers, researchers, designers and industry insiders." Furthermore, WWLR claims "contributions from some of the greatest legal minds of our day" and "razor sharp editorial [sic] designed to educate, inform and, ultimately, inspire readers, making it an invaluable resource for anyone involved with or interested in the global legal market."