A new book by ABA Journal Assistant Managing Editor Victor Li looks at how a stint at a New York law firm revived Richard Nixon's political and presidential prospects.
As we run the curtain down on our annual Peeps in Law diorama contest, take a look back at a decade's worth of winners -- and some of our favorite entries, too.
We have a re-Peep winner! Find out who gets to hang on to bragging rights in the 2018 Peeps in Law: Stranger Peeps diorama contest!
Check out the most entertaining and useful handouts from vendors at the 2018 ABA Techshow.
Technology touches so many facets of our lives from gadgets to help us sleep better and wake up more refreshed to ones that fit in the palms of our hands and allow us to binge-watch that sitcom or crime drama in bed before turning in. But what happens when smart devices are outsmarted?
Check out the winners of our Cartoon Caption Contest from 2018.
Activities involving one's hands, such as needlework, painting and woodworking, can be more than a relaxation technique—they can also provide a sense of pride and accomplishment to help escape day-to-day life. A recent ABA Journal Question of the Week asked what kind of craftwork helps you unwind or keep your hands moving. Here's some of the creations our readers shared with us.
Throughout 2017, the ABA Journal's 10 Questions feature introduced us to legal professionals from different backgrounds and walks of life. Here's a look back at what made each of these 12 individuals unique to the profession.
A recent Question of the Week asked if you're allowed to bring your pets to work and whether you ever bring them to the office. Some of our readers have responded with pictures of their law pets, and we'd like to show them off to you!
Need a gift idea for the lawyer in your life? The ABA Journal presents our 2017 Gifts for Lawyers guide, featuring a mix of practical and whimsical gifts for your favorite person in the industry—or even yourself.
Behind Hawaii's natural beauty and decades of statehood is a tumultuous relationship with the federal government. Look at some of the people and events from more than a century ago that forged Hawaii's rocky path from monarchy.
See our related magazine feature story: Native Hawaiians wage an ongoing battle to organize into a sovereign nation
A look back at the ABA Annual Meeting held in August in New York City.
Who's your favorite judge from the big or small screen? We found some jurists willing to divulge.
Scenes from the October 2017 Fin(Legal)Tech conference at Chicago-Kent College of Law. (Stephen Rynkiewicz photos.)
Having the right technology can make traveling more efficient and effective. Here are apps and websites to make your business trip a breeze. Read our cover story: "Traveling 2.0"
Video and film cannot depict what sketch artists can capture with pencil and paper.
How a Civil War-era amendment became a mini-Constitution for modern times.
Check out this year's sugary diorama contestants.
Here's what vendors had for attendees this year.
An interactive log of important dates in the public health danger posed by drinking water contamination in Flint, Michigan. Read the full story.
Check out the winners of our Cartoon Caption Contest from 2017.
10 lawyer-authors pick the 10 novels they'd most recommend.
Is a lawyer on your holiday gift list? Here are our suggestions.
What's the origin of this presidential tradition?
"You have the right to remain silent..." How TV made the Miranda warning common knowledge. Related feature article: "50-year story of the Miranda warning has the twists of a cop show"
Which of these legal movie tropes is your favorite?
These lawyers embrace the great outdoors rather than remain chained to a desk.
Here are 10 SCOTUS novels to help distract you from the pundits and political theater of the coming months.
The theme for this year's Techshow seems to be "Happy Lawyers." Here's the swag most likely to brighten your day.
Check out the winners of our Cartoon Caption Contest from 2016.
View selected entries to the ABA Journal's 8th annual diorama contest.
An "unprecedented" crackdown by the Chinese government on human rights lawyers began in July 2015, say monitors. Meet some of the detained lawyers.
Our picks for presents which will get a positive verdict from your loved one.
For our annual pop culture issue, we looked for the best legal movies released in the decades since our launch in 1915.
Lewis Hines' photos are credited with helping to pass the first major federal child labor laws in the U.S.
The top 10 freebies that caught our eye at ABA Techshow 2015.
These 10 innovations revolutionized the practice of law.
Check out the winners of our Cartoon Caption Contest from 2015.
The purpose of our seventh annual diorama contest, Peeps in Law 2015: Game of Peeps? To determine who is worthy to hold the Sugar Throne.
We asked our readers what special treasures they kept with them at work. Click to see the quirky and heartwarming responses.
Since the first issue of the ABA Journal went to press in 1915, a lot has changed about the world.
What's ABS like? These 9 know the details.
Members of DiveBar work to promote marine life.
As countless parents and teachers have warned us, it’s all fun and games until someone gets hurt....
With the number of lawyers-turned-authors, combined with the mammoth size of the romance publishing industry, perhaps it's unsurprising that so many romance novelists have law degrees...
When we set out to gather examples of haunted courthouses, we came up with dozens of such legends.