There’s a reason why people like online shopping, pizza delivery, and dry-cleaning pick-up services. Busy people value convenience.
The same theory applies to information. A recent FindLaw survey found that 44.2 percent of FindLaw users like their legal news and information delivered via email.
Those convenience-loving FindLaw visitors are in luck: FindLaw takes the legwork out of legal updates by publishing almost 100 newsletters. All together, the FindLaw newsletter team sends more than 2 million email newsletters every month.
For more than 10 years, FindLaw.com has provided this free newsletter service, which currently services over 400,000 newsletter subscriptions, (including 15,000 new subscribers in 2012).
The most popular newsletters based on subscription totals are:
- U.S. Supreme Court Case Summaries
- Top Headlines
- Breaking Legal Documents
- Labor & Employment Case Summaries
- Criminal Law & Procedure Case Summaries
If you’re not currently a newsletter subscriber, it’s easy to sign up. Just go to FindLaw’s newsletter subscription page and select the titles that interest you. With newsletters for both legal professionals and consumers, there is something for everyone.
Legal professional topics include everything from The Human Resource and Cool Jobs to the Sports Law Update and the Health Law Pulse.
Our consumer newsletters range from Celebrity Justice and Legally Weird, to hyperlocal updates focused on specific legal issues in major metropolitan areas, like the NYC Criminal Law Newsletter and the Houston Employment Law Newsletter.
Best of all, FindLaw’s Newsletters are free.
FindLaw.com is already the most popular online resource for consumers seeking information about their legal problems. Newsletters are just one more way that FindLaw meets the public’s legal information needs.
— Werner Colangelo, Audience Manager
with Robyn Hagan Cain, FindLaw Audience Team