Here are the major legal journals, now offering most of their material online:
Law Society Gazette provides a
very extensive site with a wide variety of information and news.
There are a vast number of events described (in summary) and typically over 4,000
legal jobs advertised.
There is information on all Law Society Publishing titles, e-books and selected key works
from other legal publishers as well as the "Library Knowledge Base",
the Law Society's library catalogue.
provides daily news as well as the full content of each week's issue.
There is a good search facility.
Internet Newsletter for Lawyers, March/April 2017
Judith Townend of Sussex Uni on the human impact of online court proposals
Catherine Bailey of Bar Marketing on completing legal directory submissions
David Gilroy of Conscious Solutions - what should law firms be afraid of now?
David Chapman of Zylpha describes court digitisation and the benefits
Alex Heshmaty of Legal Words on predictive coding and its impact on lawyers
Delia Venables looks at the pros and cons of providing legal services online
Solicitors Journal has current news, as well
as features and in depth topics. This is
basically a subscription publication (approx £240 per annum) but there is some free access
on a trial basis.
Here are a number of Legal News sites, Newsletters and Journals providing a major part of their
content online and mainly free: