What is the Federal Evidence Review?

  • The Federal Evidence Review is an electronic legal journal that highlights recent federal evidence cases and developments and provides premium content for subscribers.
  • In one convenient place, the Federal Evidence Review's monthly summary, analysis and insight keeps readers current on the latest developments in the law of evidence as determined by the federal courts. It's the easiest way to stay ahead in the evidence game.
  • The Review is conveniently delivered each month via e-mail in a PDF format.

Who is the Federal Evidence Review for?

Anyone who wants to keep current on the latest federal evidence cases, developments and trends. The Federal Evidence Review is designed for federal litigators, jurists, academic and other practitioners and students of evidence. With too much to read, and not enough time for it, subscribers find the Review makes it easier to stay informed of evidence law developments.

Anyone whose litigation practice depends on whether evidence is admitted or excluded in court. By regularly reading the Review, you can avoid playing catch-up. The Federal Evidence Review keeps you abreast of the current cases and developments in evidence law. Awareness of that key evidence case or recent development can make all the difference in prevailing in court.

Anyone whose usual sources of information on evidence are hard to follow. Trying to keep up with the many reported evidence cases can be overwhelming. Some case services only provide a summary, without the unique analysis and insight and features of the Federal Evidence Review.


What are the benefits and objectives of the Federal Evidence Review?

The key objectives of the Federal Evidence Review are:

  • Monitor recent federal evidence developments, cases and trends.
  • Serve as a key litigation aid and reference source for practitioners at all stages of litigation (from the filing of a case to preparing an appeal).
  • Provide a forum on evidence for federal litigators, jurists, the academia, and other practitioners and students of evidence.
  • Promote ideas and stimulate discussion on key evidence issues.
  • Save time in finding and keeping up on current evidence cases and developments.
  • Maintain your advantage on evidence law by making it easier to use recent evidence cases in your practice.

How to use the Federal Evidence Review

A brief review of the features of the Federal Evidence Review and how to use these features is available on this web site's Using the Review Page.

How to get a preview of the Federal Evidence Review

A page that links to samples of various features from the Federal Evidence Review is available on this web site's Preview the Review Page.

How to subscribe to the Federal Evidence Review

The Federal Evidence Review is a monthly journal transmitted to subscribers in a PDF format. A subscription to the Review is available at the Subscription Page.

Formats

The Federal Evidence Review is a monthly publication that highlights recent federal evidence cases and developments. It is available in a PDF format by subscription. For a limited time, readers may review complementary copies of the Review here. Adobe® Reader® may be necessary to use the PDF file and a free download of that software is available at the Adobe website here. Note: If you use a modem and dial-up connection, it may take up to five minutes for the Review to be displayed because of the large pdf file.

Comments/Suggestions

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Disclaimer

Federal Evidence Review presents information and opinions as an informational and educational service to subscribers. The content should not be relied upon as legal advice and is not intended to create an attorney-client relationship. For more information, please review the disclaimer included in the website's terms of use.

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