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5 Reasons You Should Receive FindLaw's E-mail Newsletters

By Laura Strachan, Esq. on February 03, 2012 6:03 AM

We can all agree that email has become increasingly important to our day-to-day lives, both on a personal and professional level. There are an estimated 3.146 billion email accounts worldwide! Here at we understand how important email is to you. We're addicted to checking our accounts on a daily basis too!

We send out 2 million email newsletters every month. More than just staying up to date (legally speaking), email provides a direct and regular way to get the content you want. Here's a look at 5 reasons why we think FindLaw's email newsletters are so great:

1. Something for Everyone: Like a good restaurant menu, there are more than 100 titles covering the U.S. Supreme Court, district courts, weird laws and lawsuits.

2. Sheer Convenience: Delivered daily, you can open your FindLaw email newsletter whenever you want to.

3. Always Relevant: We understand that our content serves a purpose. Our team works around the clock to make sure you are reading the best, most relevant content.

4. Timely: As the laws change, so does our insight. We also provide newsletters like Breaking Docs, offering real-time delivery alerts to breaking legal cases and the raw court documents as they happen.

5. Free and Easy: Those are two words you don't hear every day. But that is what we provide--free and easy newsletters filled with the information you are looking for. Simply click here to create a login and choose your newsletter titles. Once your preferences are saved by a click -- no further action is required.

With 100-plus options to subscribe to, you are sure to find a newsletter perfectly suited for you. So clear the spam and make room in your inbox for something you will enjoy reading!

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