The ABA Journal is the flagship publication of the American Bar Association. Published monthly, it is read by more than half of the nation's 1.1 million lawyers. It covers the trends, people and finances of the legal profession from Wall Street to Main Street to Pennsylvania Avenue.
Publisher: American Bar Association
Subscription information: Published monthly in print and online for a fee. Digital versions available in several formats and on various schedules (subscription details/form available online).
AmericanLawyer.com is the leading daily news source covering legal business, law firms, and lawyers across the U.S. and around the world. AmericanLawyer.com takes the award-winning magazine, The American Lawyer, and brings it to life online with up-to-the-minute news and analysis as well as resources and tools that are critical for lawyers and administrators from the largest law firms. Featuring deep industry insight and The American Lawyer's signature surveys and rankings — including The Am Law 100, The Am Law 200, The Global 100 and The A-List — AmericanLawyer.com is the daily destination for people looking to stay on top of the legal industry.
Subscription information: Published 12 times annually in print and online for $35.99 per month (details/subscription form available online).
Founded in 1952, the American University Law Review is the oldest and largest student-run publication at the American University Washington College of Law (WCL) and publishes six issues each year. As WCL’s flagship law review, the Law Review is ranked among the top forty law journals in the nation and is the highest-ranked and most-cited journal at WCL, according to the Washington and Lee University Law Library.
Publisher: American University, Washington College of Law
Subscription information: Published in six bi-monthly issues; (ordering details available online).
The Berkeley Technology Law Journal is a student-run publication of the Boalt Hall School of Law, University of California at Berkeley. We started in March 1985, published our first issue in Spring 1986, and have since covered emerging issues of law in the areas of intellectual property, high-tech and biotech. BTLJ strives to keep judges, policymakers, practitioners, and the academic community abreast of this dynamic field.
Publisher: University of California, Berkeley, School of Law
Subscription information: 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.
Publisher: American Bar Association General Practice, Solo and Small Firm Division
Subscription information: Published eight times annually; free to division members; $72 for non-members.
Legaltech News magazine and website share a mission to provide lucid, insightful, and jargon-free coverage of legal technology trends and developments to an audience of legal industry professionals, helping them use technology and innovation to deliver faster, better, and cheaper legal services. Our diverse audience is made up of lawyers, IT leaders, paralegals, support staff and vendors.
Subscription information: Published six times per year in print and online; free to qualifying professionals (subscription form available online).
The National Law Journal provides in-depth coverage of the issues that mean the most to private practitioners, judges, corporate lawyers, government attorneys and other members of the legal community. It covers federal and state court litigation, the U.S. Supreme Court, legislative issues, verdicts, practitioners’ columns and opinions.
Subscription information: Free limited access online; (includes other Law.com publications including The American Lawyer and Legal Times). Full access subscription details/form available online.
The Harvard Law Review is a student-run organization whose primary purpose is to publish a journal of legal scholarship. The Review comes out monthly from November through June and has roughly 2,500 pages per volume. The organization is formally independent of the Harvard Law School. Student editors make all editorial and organizational decisions and, together with a professional business staff of three, carry out day-to-day operations.
Publisher: Harvard University Law School
Subscription information: Published eight times per year from November through June (subscription/purchase details available online).
For over a century, the Yale Law Journal has been at the forefront of legal scholarship, sparking conversation and encouraging reflection among scholars and students, as well as practicing lawyers and sitting judges and Justices. The Journal strives to shape discussion of the most important and relevant legal issues through a rigorous scholarship selection and editing process.
Publisher: Yale Law School
Subscription information: Published in print and online eight times per year from October through June, excluding February (subscription/purchase details available online).
Attorney at Law Magazine is a national network of local magazine about and for the local legal community. The magazine providers attorneys with information about practice management and legal marketing while highlighting local success stories both lawyers and law firms. The magazine also features columns penned by local practitioners and industry-related professionals on the latest trends in their area of expertise.
Publisher: Target Market Media Publications
Subscription information: Published online and in print (on a first-come, first served basis) for free. Subscription information available online.
Lawyer Monthly is a news website and monthly legal publication with content that is entirely defined by the significant legal news from around the world. LM’s editorial focus tracks legal news from across key practices areas, jurisdictions and sectors.
Publisher: Universal Media
Subscription: Available online for free and in print for a fee. Subscription information available online.