Building the 21st-Century Law Firm
Law by the Numbers
Asked and Answered
Modern Law Library
Harper Lee Prize
Cartoon Caption Contest
Ross Essay Contest
Subscribe to the Magazine
Subscribe to Email Newsletters
Newest Issue - May 2012
The Righthaven Experiment: A Journalist Wonders If a Copyright Troll Was Right to Sue Him
Cyberattacks: Computer Warfare Looms as Next Big Conflict in International Law
What Is the Role of Lawyers in Cyberwarfare?
Chasing the Dream: Sorting Fact and Myth Is Biggest Obstacle to Immigration Reform
Honoring Our Military: ABA Strives to Meet Present, Future Needs of Armed Forces
Letters: Issues in Paradise
The National Pulse
Reliving the Golden Oldies: Rockers Reclaim Tunes After Revised Copyright Laws
Show Me Your ID: Cops, Courts Re-evaluate Their Use of Eyewitnesses
Business of Law
Close to Home: Minority Firms Reach Into the Community for Their Clients
Clinical Care: Lawyer Left the Partner Track to Help the Indigent
Start It Up: Solo Taps Entrepreneurial Acumen to Expand Startup-Focused Practice
From Opposing Sides and in a Recession, Two Attorneys Form Their Own Firm
A Meh Market: Surveys Reveal Slight Growth in Legal Revenues, Greater Growth in Expenses
Home School: Some Tips Before Buying That Second Residence
Mission Accomplished: Military Spouse Network Gets ABA, White House Attention
May 3, 1948: Court Rules on Hollywood Antitrust Case
Going to the Dogs: San Antonio Court Seeks to Enforce Animal Control Laws
Copycat Distillers Spur Tequila Trademark Pushback
Defending the Defenders: New Guide Covers How to Defend Veterans with Invisible War Wounds
Model Alliance Seeks to Better Working Conditions in Fashion World
Dream Realized: Law Grad Sets Up Free Legal Clinics in Chicago Public Schools
Master of Their Domain: Ariz. For-Profits May Now Use '.org'
Supreme Court Report
Citizens Dis-United: Justices May Take Another Look at Campaign Finance Case
McElhaney on Litigation
Direct Answers: Examining a Witness Is Telling a Story--So Make It a Good One
ABA Treasurer's Report: Fiscal Year Ending Aug 31, 2011
The Forgotten Demographic: ABA Wants an International Convention on Elder Rights
Legislative Logjam: ABA-Supported Bills Bog Down in Partisan Congress
Start Packing: ABA's DC Staff Will Move Buildings by End of Next Summer
Lawyers Giving Back
Stringing Them Along? Case Details Hint at Rancorous Rationale Behind Tricky Tactics
Read the Digital Edition >>
Subscribe to the magazine >>
Law school debt is delaying plans for recent grads
How can aging judges know when it's time to hang up the robe?
Lawyers involved in the gun debate are primed for the Supreme Court to take the next big case
Is this a moment or a movement? 6 civil rights lawyers reflect on recent demands for racial justice
Recent equal pay lawsuits by female law professors has shined a light on academic compensation process
Coronavirus-related deaths in nursing homes prompt lawsuits and questions about who's responsible
Latest featured news ...
Alternative legal services provider teams up with Bechtel Corp. to provide diverse legal talent
Original reporting ...
Topics: Career & Practice
Afternoon Briefs: Top state court rejects election appeal; judge allows lawyer’s bias suit against bank
Complete list of topics ...
Choose a topic to explore ...
Career & Practice
Entertainment & Sports Law
Bryan Garner on Words
Harper Lee Prize for Legal Fiction
Media & Communications Law
Real Estate & Property Law
Question of the Week
White Collar Crime
Kids in divorce court: Understanding the impact and how legal professionals can help
Articles and commentary ...
Law prof finds ways to connect remotely amid historic election and COVID-19 restrictions
More podcasts ...
Copyright 2020 American Bar Association. All rights reserved.