The practice of law is an ever-changing endeavor. What worked one quarter may not work the next. That’s why it’s important to stay on the lookout for trends that could help you take your legal work to new heights. One such trend is law new, a form of legal service that offers lawyers an opportunity to boost their client satisfaction and revenue through a variety of unique strategies.
The term new law can be difficult to pin down because it encompasses so many different aspects of the field. It can include finding ways to work with underserved communities or it can be referring to an entirely new area of legal practice that doesn’t fit into the traditional setting of a law firm office. What it mainly means, however, is helping clients in a variety of new and innovative ways.
How Our Laws Are Made
Learn about how bills become laws in Congress. Each chamber, the House of Representatives and the Senate, has a process by which a new law is introduced. Then, the bill is assigned to a committee that will research, discuss and make changes to the bill before it’s brought up for a vote in the chamber. After the bill is voted on in the House or Senate, it’s sent to the other chamber for a similar process before being passed into law.