Law Journal

Law Journal

A magazine or newspaper that contains articles, news items, comments on new laws and case decisions, court calendars, and suggestions for practicing law, for use by attorneys.

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This year, New York Law Journal selected 30 Rising Stars from a highly competitive field.
In September 2014, Carswell published The Canadian Guide to Legal Style, a guide for Canadian legal writing, authored by the editors of the Queen's Law Journal.
com, Law Journal Press, LegalTech, The National Law Journal and Real Estate Forum.
Incisive Media's "New York Law Journal" (New York) has published "The New York Law Journal Judicial Guide," a new book that provides over 1400 pages of profiles of state and federal judges in the New York metropolitan area and on the Court of Appeals, as well as court rules and forms.
It is very unusual for The University of Queensland Law Journal to decide to have back-to-back special issues.
among others, 13 newspapers, including "The National Law Journal," "Texas Lawyer" and "New York Law Journal," among others, and 24 newsletters, including such titles as ""Entertainment Law & Finance," "The Bankruptcy Strategist" and "Internet Law & Strategy.
The New York Law Journal recently reported that the New York City Corporation Counsel's Office has announced that the city's lawsuit against oil companies over local methyl tertiary butyl ether (MTBE) contamination will be at the forefront of the 115 similar federal cases throughout the U.
The Law Journal series ( Property Law Journal, Trusts and Estates Law & Tax Journal, Employment Law Journal and Family Law Journal ( provides timely, plain English articles, written by experts in their field.
According to Washington & Lee University's law journal ranking Web site, FSU's environmental law journal ranks among the "top 10" specialty journals in environmental law in the U.
In the late 1970s, as president of The New York Law Publishing Company, the younger Finkelstein founded The National Law Journal.
Expert witnesses advertise their experience and availability in any number of legal journals and publications, such as The American Lawyer and National Law Journal or various state books such as The New Jersey Law Journal, Minnesota Lawyer or New York Law Journal, to obtain positions.
In such a context, there seems little need to feel that one has to offer a specific justification for a feminist law journal.