FindLaw Newsletters

FindLaw.com publishes over 40 email newsletters featuring the latest legal content from across FindLaw.com, including case summaries and blog posts.  All of our newsletters are free, and available in HTML and plain text formats. 

You can find answers to frequently asked questions about our email newsletters below.  If you can’t find an answer to your question, or want to share a comment or suggestion, please feel free to contact us.

If you’re ready to manage your subscriptions, please visit the newsletter subscription page.

How do I subscribe to newsletters?
You can find over 40 newsletters covering a variety of legal topics on our FindLaw Newsletters Page.

I'm not a lawyer. Where do I find the newsletters for me?

FindLaw has several newsletters focused on the legal areas that consumers care about most, and you can find them on under "General Interest" on the FindLaw Newsletter Page.

Why am I not receiving a newsletter I used to receive?

In order to provide the best experience to our subscribers, we regularly "clean" our subscriber lists. Subscribers who routinely leave our mailings unopened may be removed from titles that they do not read. 

You can easy re-subscribe to the newsletters you are missing by: 

  1. Visiting the FindLaw Newsletters Page;
  2. Choosing the newsletters you are missing; and
  3. Clicking "Subscribe to Free Newsletters."

How do I keep newsletters from going in my spam folder?
If you find your FindLaw Newsletters are ending up in your spam folder, consider the following:
  1. Make sure that your email client (e.g., Outlook, Gmail, Apple Mail, Hotmail, etc.) knows that the email isn't junk or spam. Most clients will allow you to mark an email as "Safe" or not "Junk," so make sure your FindLaw newsletters are not marked as "Junk" or "Spam."
  2. Add each newsletter title to your contacts or Safe Sender list.
  3. If your email is hosted by a company or organization, contact that organization's IT department and ask that your FindLaw Newsletters be white listed by the server or firewall. This may require forwarding these emails to the responsible IT professional.

I'm just interested in case summaries. Why am I seeing blogs as well?

At FindLaw, we not only produce great case summary content, but also fantastic blog content. These blogs focus on the jurisdictions and practice areas that legal professionals care about, and we want to share them with you. To that end, many of our newsletters now contain blog content in addition to the most recent case summaries, for a more comprehensive overview.

If you have comments about the new format, please let us know

Why do the newsletters look different?
FindLaw strives to continually improve the look and feel of our newsletters, and we understand that some of these updates may be unexpected. Your favorite newsletters will still provide you the great content you rely on, but it may get a face lift every so often. 
If you have comments about the new format, please let us know.

How do I unsubscribe from a newsletter?
There are two ways to unsubscribe from a newsletter:
  1. Click the "unsubscribe from this newsletter" link in the newsletter from which you wish to unsubscribe; or
  2. Visit the FindLaw Newsletters Subscription Center and update your subscriptions by removing that newsletter.

How do I unsubscribe from all newsletters?

Click the "Unsubscribe from all FindLaw Newsletters" link in any of our newsletters. Please note, this will unsubscribe you from every newsletter we offer. You will have to re-subscribe in order to begin receiving our newsletters again.

How do I contact FindLaw newsletters?

If you haven't found an answer to your question, or want to share a comment, please feel free to contact us.