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FindLaw's Newsletters Have a Fresh New Face

How much time do you spend reading your email? Well, according to a 2012 survey, you're probably spending one out of every four work hours with your eyes glued to your inbox. So why not keep those eyes happy by checking out the fresh new face of FindLaw Newsletters.

FindLaw has been sending out dozens of information-packed newsletters for the better part of a decade, but check out these new features for 2015:

Slimming Down to Let Our Stars Shine

Over the years, we've offered over 100 different newsletter titles to our subscribers. Sounds impressive, but as FindLaw Newsletters moves into the future, we decided to slim down. We've kept all of our most popular titles and combined or condensed the ones that were slightly less loved.

The end result? Over 40 shined and polished newsletters with the same great content and nothing extra. You can check out our lean but still content-rich offerings for consumers and legal professionals now.

New Look and Feel

If you're already subscribed to any of FindLaw's newsletters, you may have noticed throughout the month of September that our newsletters' look and feel have been changing. Here are some before and after shots from some of our most popular newsletters:

And this is just a taste. All of our newsletters have been given a sleek makeover, with unique header images and a clean, minimalist style that's easy to read on any device. This isn't your grandpa's legal newsletter, and they sure don't look that way.

Now Part of Thomson Reuters ID

We're excited to announce that FindLaw's newsletter subscriptions are now part of a much larger network -- Thomson Reuters ID. By creating an account with FindLaw to sign up for any of our brand-spanking new newsletters, you will also have access to all FindLaw's free legal information and resources. You'll also have access to future FindLaw and Thomson Reuters resources -- all with the same email and password you used to sign up for our newsletters.

So while you're spending 15 minutes out of every work hour checking or waiting for new emails, take a moment to check out the new and improved FindLaw Newsletters.