There's no need to pore through newspapers for the day's best news. You don't even have to scour the web or check your bookmarks. Newsletters -- that's right, newsletters -- save you time and effort by bringing a curated collection of the best, most relevant news right to your inbox.
There's no place better to get your newsletters than from the Internet's #1 site for free legal information. FindLaw has 41 different newsletters for legal professionals. There's a newsletter for your every need, from "Cool Jobs" -- no lame ones! -- to immigration case summaries, to developments in environmental law. Out of all those, here's a handful we think all legal professionals could use:
1. Legal Grounds: Grounds for laughter, that is. This daily newsletter focuses on the law's more humorous side. Lighten up with stories a Bronx court ruling that a dog isn't an illegal tenant, or a Maine jail's brief ban on bras. It's a quick way to get highlights of the day's most interesting -- and amusing -- legal news.
2. Top Headlines: This daily newsletter is the perfect water cooler resource. Come in, check your email and you've got a cheat sheet for all the top stories everyone will be discussing that day, from headline making events, to trending social media stories, and legal news from a variety of practice areas.
3. Modern Practice: Practice tips and marketing know-how for the modern lawyer. This newsletter comes to with the best tools of the trade, marketing strategies, and practice advice. Expect insights like how to choose the best conflicts screening software, tips for dealing with digital forensics, or ways to make the new .law domain work for your firm. It's a leg up on the competition, delivered straight to your inbox once a week.
4. The Supreme Court Digest: Everyone's a Court watcher these days, whether they're speculating on religious freedom and Obamacare's contraception mandate or just want to know where to get the best Antonin Scalia doll. Thankfully, this weekly newsletter has you covered, with in-depth information on Supreme Court cases and general Court news.
There's no need to stop with these four, of course. FindLaw offers 37 more legal professional newsletters for your reading pleasure.