Building the 21st-Century Law Firm
Law by the Numbers
Harper Lee Prize
Cartoon Caption Contest
Ross Essay Contest
Subscribe to the Magazine
Subscribe to Email Newsletters
Newest Issue - June 2015
America's Magna Carta
The biggest hurdle for lawyers with disabilities: preconceptions
Faith and fiscal responsibility cause many conservatives to change their view of the death penalty
Bipartisan efforts seek to reform sentencing and post-conviction policies
Letters: Research Angels
The National Pulse
After Ferguson and North Charleston, more police are wearing body cams
New Innovation Act, aimed at 'patent trolls,' would require more details in infringement complaints
Business of Law
Temp services offer part-time lawyers for occasional needs
Team approach keeps pregnancy leave from stalling careers
'Hackathon' movement may jump-start a legal career
Speech recognition moves past the dream stage
'Ransomware' software attacks stymie law firms
3Ls and old pros differ on whether new grads are prepared for practice
Low-cost e-discovery services target small firms, simpler cases
Report from Governmental Affairs
ABA joins medical organizations in advocating steps to curb gun violence
June 3, 1918: Child labor law declared unconstitutional
Savvy trial lawyers create sensory experiences to help jurors perceive witnesses' stories
New ABA annotation may help courts and lawyers navigate attorney sanction process
Goodwill is a precious resource for you and your clients, so follow the Golden Rule
Legislators pursue a standardized measure for a pint of beer
Distance-swimming lawyer raises money for charity while setting records
Christo's public art installation continues to be ensnared in the courts
Increased awareness of Alzheimer's disease is prompting a new push to use an old advance directive
Supreme Court Report
June is busting out all over with big-time SCOTUS decisions
Queen Elizabeth II will attend Magna Carta anniversary ceremonies at Runnymede
Attorney's book recounts how he helped bring US military involvement in Vietnam to an end
Those who refuse vaccinations can cause outbreaks: Should they have to pay for it?
Read the Digital Edition >>
Subscribe to the magazine >>
Suing a cruise line? There are a boatload of challenges unique to the industry
Coronavirus on board: Lawyer's parents were trapped on a contaminated cruise ship
Millions have been invested in the emerging field of neurolaw. Where is it leading?
How to avoid 10 common ethics pitfalls
50 ways to market your practice
Meet the groups helping to get women elected
Law Day 2020: Your Vote, Your Voice, Our Democracy
Corporate lawyers can help clients change the world—and bill for it—with this growing practice area
Latest featured news ...
The Zoom boom: How videoconferencing tools are changing the legal profession
Original reporting ...
Topics: Career & Practice
Afternoon Briefs: New charges filed in George Floyd case; state chief justice decries court system bias
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
An unprecedented finale to the first year of law school, starring COVID-19
Articles and commentary ...
Could you be replaced by a robot lawyer?
More podcasts ...
Copyright 2020 American Bar Association. All rights reserved.