The Lawyer's Almanac, 2010 Edition
Book format: An electronic version of a printed book that can be read on a computer or handheld device designed specifically for this purpose.
Publisher: Date:12/2/2009 - Aspen Publishers
By: Aspen Publishers Editorial Staff
This twenty-ninth edition of The Lawyer's Almanac provides vital facts and figures on the courts, government, law schools, lawyers, and their work and organizations. Complete and up-to-date, it is the standard reference guide on the American legal scene and is useful for attorneys, law librarians, judges, law students, journalists, and anyone who needs quick access to information on the legal profession. This 2010 Edition includes sections on corporate lawyer salaries, legal research sites on the Internet, listings for government agencies, as well as the most up-to-date bar examination statistics, and more. Included in The Lawyer's Almanac is a complete picture of the workload in the nation's courts. The reader can discern which types of cases are being litigated heavily: the nature of the current caseloads: and the manner in which these cases were resolved. The Lawyer's Almanac reflects the size and density of the legal profession. It includes a detailed listing of the nation's 700 largest law firms, along with their contact information, data on law firm finances, and detailed statistical analysis of corporate attorney compensation. The 2010 Edition of The Lawyer's Almanac includes the complete text of the mandatory continuing legal education (MCLE) requirements for the state jurisdictions that have them, along with contact information for each MCLE state. In addition, the 2010 Edition includes a complete listing of bankruptcy courts and judges, on a state-by-state basis.