The State Bar of Michigan offers a variety of publications to its members. To order any of the publications listed below, use our Publication Order Form.
Michigan Bar Journal
The Michigan Bar Journal is the official publication of the State Bar of Michigan. It is published monthly, with a special directory issue in April.
The April Directory issue of the Michigan Bar Journal is the indispensable resource for everyone connected with the legal profession in Michigan.
Established in 1935, the State Bar of Michigan represents more than 41,000 practicing attorneys and judges. The mission of the Bar is to improve the administration of justice, promote the legal profession, and build public understanding of our legal system. These are all themes that come up again and again in Presidential Visions—a book that pays tribute to our devoted leaders over the past 75 years. The collective wisdom of their words guided and encouraged attorneys through good times and bad and still live to remind us that at the very core, the legal profession is a helping profession and that lawyers make a big difference in peoples' lives and for society. Order your copy online.
The e-Journal is a free daily online publication that provides case summaries organized by areas of legal practice, legal news and updates, public policy, calendar of events, and classified and fields of practice listings. [subscribe online
The SBM NewsLinks is a free daily e-mail newsletter containing the top law-related news stories of the day. Headlines of local and national stories provide links to the full articles. [subscribe online] [Read today's SBM NewsLinks]
Public Policy Update
The Public Policy Update is a free weekly electronic journal highlighting public policy issues of interest to the profession. [subscribe online]
What's New in Practice Management . . .
A free e-mail offering tips and tools from the Practice Management Resource Center.
Disability Project Newsletter
The Disabilities Project Newsletter is a free quarterly electronic newsletter addressing issues faced by people with disabilities in the courthouse setting. The project was funded by a grant from the Newman Foundation and was the concept of members of the Disabilities Committee of the Bar's former Open Justice Commission. [subscribe online]
Economics of Law Practice Survey Results
State of the Law 2006
Includes contributions from 7 sections:
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