The American Bar Association's premiere publication, the magazine focuses on the legal profession's business, financial and judicial activities across the United States; also covers national news pertinent to the legal community and its clientele.
Published monthly in print and online: digital versions available in several formats and on various schedules (subscription details/form available online).
The principal publication of the American Bankruptcy Institute, the magazine offers in-depth articles penned by leading legal practitioners. Subject matter captures the full spectrum of insolvency concerns.
Included with ABI membership
Published 10 times annually, in print and online (members only), with combined issues for July/August and December/January.
A publication of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel, the journal offers articles pertinent to trusts and estates attorneys. Besides focusing on trust, tax and estate issues, its content also addresses the fluid nature of the discipline, and the legal, economic and societal impact of almost continuous rule changes.
Free to ACTEC Fellows, ABA-accredited law schools and board members of the National College of Probate Judges.
Published quarterly (purchase form available online).
One the nation's 30 most-cited law reviews across disciplines, the publication specifically targets criminal law. This includes articles reviewing key developments in criminal and constitutional law, penned by eminent academicians and practitioners. The journal is published by the students of Georgetown University Law Center.
Published four times annually (details/subscription form available online).
One of the nation's most popular legal periodicals, the editorial goal is to report the business ups-and-downs of the nation's leading law firms. Subjects include profits, losses and mergers, among others, as well as in-depth information on today's most important cases.
Published 12 times annually in print and online (details/subscription form available online)
A student-driven publication at American University, Washington College of Law, for 50-plus years. In addition to generating roughly 1,500 pages of legal study and research annually, the Law Review is the only journal nationwide to publish a yearly issue addressing Federal Circuit Court of Appeals rulings on patent law, international trade, government contracts and copyright law.
Published in six bi-monthly issues; (ordering details available online).
Produced by students of the University of California at Berkeley School of Law as a resource to attorneys, judges, policymakers and others, focusing on the fields of high-tech, biotech and intellectual property. Since its launch in 1986, the journal has become the leading publication in its genre.
Published four times a year (ordering details available online)
Targeting general, solo and small-firm practitioners, the magazine investigates new, cutting edge technology of particular value to smaller offices.
Published eight times annually by the American Bar Association General Practice, Solo and Small Firm Division; free to division members; $72 for non-members
Helps practices of all types and sizes use technology to increase productivity and to develop a competitive edge. The magazine also features a bi-annual resource guide.
Published six times per year in print and online; free to qualifying professionals (subscriptionform available online).
Recently merged with The National Law Journal, Legal Times offers timely coverage on Washington D.C.'s legal scene, as well as practical information on the "business" of law. Areas of interest include the capital's lobbyists and courts, the federal government, the Justice Department, major regulatory agencies and more.
Subscription information: Free limited access online; (includes other Law.com publications including The American Lawyer and The National Law Journal). Full access subscription details/form available online.
The publication offers news relevant to the legal community and its clientele. Analysis, court decisions, verdicts, advisory columns and in-depth articles are regular features in this newspaper-style publication.
Free limited access online; (includes other Law.com publications including The American Lawyer and Legal Times). Full access subscription details/form available online.
A student operated publication focusing on articles of legal scholarship. The Review includes pieces by faculty, judges and attorneys, as well as notes authored by students.
Subscription information: Published eight times per year from November through June (subscription/purchase details available online).
The Journal publishes articles, reviews and essays penned by faculty and legal practitioners around the world. The staff contributes detailed, albeit shorter, notes and comments.
Published in print and online eight times per year from October through June, excluding February (subscription/purchase details available online).