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 - August 2013
25 greatest law novels...ever!
Disbarred lawyers who seek reinstatement have a rough road to redemption
Witness harassment has gone digital, and the justice system is playing catch-up
ABA members, staff and lawyers in general worked to give voice to the voiceless
Letters: Women's work
The National Pulse
Record industry tussles over whether a resale market for online music violates the Copyright Act
Courts in a muddle over 4th Amendment’s community caretaking exception
Business of Law
Is the integrative law movement the next 'huge wave' for the legal profession?
Responsive design can help you create a website that works well with all devices
Product manager helps partners build better client budgets. Is that revolutionary?
Minority women find blocks on the path to the top
Going mobile: A special tech trends report (gallery)
IP firm holds the lead in the flourishing field of design patent litigation
August 4, 1735: John Peter Zenger acquitted
An ode to the Spanx design patent duel
Washington University launches new online legal English course
Making beer at home is now legal nationwide
Pro bono project seeks to increase the number of women in the Kosovar bar
Hearsay: Leader of the pack
Supreme Court Report
DNA from arrested suspects is like any valid booking process, SCOTUS says
U.S. opponents to Arms Trade Treaty aren’t swayed by an ABA center's white paper
Incoming ABA President James Silkenat puts a job corps for new lawyers at the top of his agenda
It’s for your own good
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.