The New York Law Journal (ALM) is the key legal periodical for NY-area attorneys and law libraries. It includes current New York legal news, decisions, columns, personalized practice areas, firm news, court information, and public notices. The NY Law Institute subscribes to the Journal in hard copy and keeps a two-month print archive on hand at all times. We have the New York Law Journal issues from inception (March 26, 1888) through today available on microfilm/ online, and we recently uncovered a rare copy of the bound print journal for the July – Sept 1888 issues. In December 2016, we added to our Lexis contract the NYLJ cases (ALM) from 1989 to the present day. With this recent enhancement, we now have the capability to search for cases mentioned in the NYLJ but not reported elsewhere. We are very excited about this enhancement to our collection and proud to offer full access for our members, in a variety of formats!
We now have NYLJ Cases (ALM) from 1989 to the Present
We have recently upgraded our Lexis contract to include even more resources for our NYLI members:
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About the Author: Ellyssa
Ellyssa Valenti Kroski is the Director of Information Technology at the New York Law Institute as well as an award-winning editor and author of 60 books including Law Librarianship in the Digital Age for which she won the AALL's 2014 Joseph L. Andrews Legal Literature Award. Her ten-book technology series, The Tech Set won the ALA's Best Book in Library Literature Award in 2011. She is a librarian, an adjunct faculty member at Pratt Institute, and an international conference speaker.
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