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 - November 2012
Brain Trials: Neuroscience Is Taking a Stand in the Courtroom
Biloxi Blues: Legal-Cost Fears Have Victims of the Oil Spill Sliding out of the Middle Class
Judge Fights to Uphold Delaware's Reputation of Being Fair to Corporations
Stepping Up for the Underserved: Lawyers' Pro Bono Is Key to Providing Equal Access to Justice
Letters: Pro Bono Heroes
The National Pulse
Queens Justice: Borough's DAs Criticized for Probing Suspects Before Miranda Rights
Site Unseen: Schools, Bosses Barred from Eyeing Students', Workers' Social Media
Business of Law
Pet Friendly: It's a Dog's Life at Some Solo Offices
A Debate on the Future of Legal Ed Breaks Down to the Real Versus the Ideal
No Twitters: Law Blogs Hold Their Own
'Facing' It: It Can Be Worth It to Join the Social Media Giant
An A for Alternatives: AFAs Are Here to Stay
Hay from a Hated Task: 2 Big-Firm Refugees Offer Online Help for Contract Signings
Report from Governmental Affairs
Last-Minute Business: ABA Urges US Senate to Approve Ratification of Disabilities Convention
November 1, 1950: Truman Escapes Assassination
A Text on Textualism, Part 2: Garner and Scalia Offer More Outtakes from Their Latest Collaboration
No Will, But a Way: Law Prof and Students Launch African Probate & Policy Initiative
You Gotta Fight for the Right to Tattoo
Michael Connelly Accepts Second Annual Harper Lee Prize for Legal Fiction at Ceremony
Hearsay: November 2012
Legal Road Trip: Los Angeles
Supreme Court Report
A Touch of Class: Certification, Says One Brief, 'Is the Ballgame'
Three Strikes: Litigation Section Drops Proposal for Guidelines on Dealing with Expert Witnesses
The 800-Year Reunion: ABA to Hold Commemorative Events in 2015 to Mark Magna Carta Signing
Lawyers Giving Back
Pass the Subpoena, Please: Intrafamily Squabbling Could Put a Damper on Holiday Feast Gobbling
Advertising in This Issue
Read the Digital Edition >>
Subscribe to the magazine >>
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
Will the COVID-19 pandemic fundamentally remake the legal industry?
Activists are fighting new voter suppression tactics in court
Documentaries are shaping public opinion and influencing cases
ABA's Practice Forward group will help lawyers navigate rapidly changing profession
Latest featured news ...
Law firms are slow to adopt AI-based technology tools, ABA survey finds
Original reporting ...
Topics: Career & Practice
Afternoon Briefs: Lawyers favor Biden in individual donations; cities sue over 'anarchist' label
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
Is the law making you fat? A lawyer and life coach shares her story
Articles and commentary ...
Knowing when to tell your client no and other ethical dilemmas
More podcasts ...
Copyright 2020 American Bar Association. All rights reserved.