Law can be an intensely challenging field. Whether it’s practicing immigration or defending clients in complex criminal cases, the legal landscape is constantly changing. For lawyers, keeping up with all the new developments means constant research and a steady stream of news updates. But, research alone won’t give you the insight you need to meet your clients’ ever-changing needs. That’s why law new is here to help.
Our editorial teams track the latest legislation in all practice areas. This helps us to deliver a comprehensive overview of the new laws that impact you and your clients. Our law new articles are written by a team of dedicated attorneys and legal editors, so you can trust that the information is accurate and timely.
We also cover the latest news in international law, including the latest developments surrounding international treaties, global trade and more. ILN’s extensive online resources make it easy to keep abreast of the important issues that are shaping our world.
New York’s newest law will require all public schools to teach students about the dangers of drugs like heroin and fentanyl. The goal is to reduce drug use and the resulting overdoses, which have become one of the nation’s biggest threats to public health.
The “pink tax” may be coming to an end. A new law will prohibit stores from charging more for products that are marketed to women than very similar versions for men. Advocates say it’s another step in the fight for gender equality.
This page summarizes newly enacted laws, vetoed bills and some proposals that did not pass into law during a given legislative session. The search function allows you to switch the year you are looking at on the fly. Laws prior to 2005 are available as Portable Document Format (PDF) files. You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to view them.
There’s a lot to do in the realm of new law and all legal firms should understand how to harness this concept to their advantage. In the right hands, this form of practice can be a valuable means to boost revenue and improve client satisfaction. To do so, though, requires careful planning and a clear understanding of the benefits this type of work can provide.