Law New is a term that denotes the rapid evolution of the legal profession. It is a process of constantly adapting to the changing needs and demands of clients. It includes developing new strategies for reaching underserved communities and developing services that are designed to supplement traditional legal offerings. It can also include creating a business model that allows lawyers to work in completely new ways. These innovations are all considered part of Law New.
The term is often used by companies, startups and even law firms that are using technology to augment their legal services. These businesses have created an entire new category of service known as “New Law.” However, it is difficult to define what exactly is meant by this phrase. It seems to be used more as a marketing tool than a precise legal designation.
New York State Laws
The Constitution of the State of New York, laws passed by the Legislature and periodically codified in the New York Consolidated Laws and laws enacted during special sessions. This page also contains legislation relating to constitutional rights, such as the right to freedom of speech and of religion.
Congress is the lawmaking branch of the federal government. Learn more about how a bill becomes a law by reading about the process in the House of Representatives and the Senate.
New Laws Search
This section summarizes newly enacted laws, vetoed bills and some proposals that did not pass into law during a legislative session. The list can be searched by subject matter, and the year can be changed on the fly. The search results may include PDF files and require the free Adobe Acrobat Reader. Laws from earlier years are available as well, but the data is not always current.