Created during the Cold War to commemorate the Rule of Law as opposed to totalitarianism, the ABA continues to create themes for the celebration of Law Day as well as special programs….

Start off your Law Day by listening to ABA President Mary Smith and Law Librarian of Congress Asilhan Bulut discuss this year’s theme — Voices of Democracy…

Click here to listen to this fascinating discussion….

For those in the teaching profession… click here for ABA’s Educator’s portal, complete with lesson plans, upcoming Supreme Court Decisions and information on a Summer Institute….

For members of the public (and I guess that’s just about everyone, lol)… there’s the public portal (yes, that is what is the ABA named it!?!…)… Click here for that much needed public portal….

But Law… and the knowledge of the law… is too important to relegate to one day….

The New York Law Institute is THE place for new lawyers, corner office partners and all J.D.’s in between….

Always good to start with a Nutshell & NYLI’s got’em

Print, eBooks, Records & Briefs, research assistance by expert librarians, superseded and rare materialsheck, we’ll even borrow for you! All matters legal covered….

Celebrate Law Day by becoming a member this May !

THE treatise on Constitutional Law… always important… & available @ NYLI