Law firm reports with business and financial information on individual firms. Surveys, lists, and rankings from ALM publications e.g. The American Lawyer, Corporate Counsel, and The National Law Journal. Includes the Summer Associate Survey and the Midlevel Associate Survey.
Legal news and information from ALM publications including The Recorder (California legal news). Updates on recent court filings and current state cases. Covers legal jobs, practice centers, law firms, and legal products.
Online Yellow Books. Biographical information and organizational information for lawyers and other professionals in law firms, lobbying firms, federal and state courts, legislative and executive government offices, and nonprofit organizations. Build lists, search, or browse according to specified criteria.
Biographical profile for attorneys, judges, and expert witnesses. Also links to cases, dockets, articles, news, and legal news (including Law360 and ALM publications) involving the attorney or judge. From the Lexis Advance search screen, select Litigation Profile Suite from the drop-down menu in the upper left corner.
Contains over 1,000,000 profiles of law firms, branch offices, and biographical records of lawyers from all 50 states, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, the District of Columbia, Canada, England, and Europe.
Based on the West Legal Directory. Provides biographical information for attorneys, judges, and expert witnesses with links to their cases, dockets, and published articles. Judicial profiles include a judicial motion report and judicial reversal report; attorney profiles include a litigation history report.
Books in the Law Library
The Law Library has books on many types of legal careers and subject specialties including judicial clerkships, public interest, solo practice, law firms, legal academia, and corporate counsel.
Try the following searches in our catalog, Encore:
List of books grouped into: alternative careers; corporate/business law; etiquette and professionalism; firms; job searching; interviewing; judicial clerkships; networking; public interest; resolving problems in the profession; small firms; solo practice; specialized resources for women; LGBT; and minority students and attorneys; specialties/practice areas; and other resources.