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A: We offer three types of subscriptions: individual, corporate, and nonprofit.
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A: Substantially, each option provides the same access to The Practice (all members of the organization with an organizational email address). A non-profit subscription allows universities, charities, NGOs, and other designated 501c3-type organizations access to The Practice at a discounted price. If you have questions if you qualify, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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A: You will find the option to renew your subscription to The Practice on your “My Account” page. Click the link below your subscription information and you will be brought to the renewal page, where you will verify your account details and proceed to checkout by clicking the “Renew” button. Note that you can renew your subscription at any time. Your renewed subscription will take effect starting when your current subscription expires, so there will be no overlap and no gap in between your subscriptions. If you would like to renew your subscription now, click here.
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Q: I just purchased an institutional subscription. What do I do next?
A: First off, thanks for subscribing! Within 2-3 business days (often much sooner) your organization will be added to the corporate subscriber list. By default, we will use the organizational part of the email address that you used to subscribe (from the “@” sign onwards). For example, if the email you subscribed with is Jane@Smith.com, anyone with an “@smith.com” email address will have full access to The Practice. We will email you once your corporate subscription is setup. From that point on, members of your organization can just click here to register with their organizational email address. Please feel free distribute that corporate registration link to anyone in your organization!
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Q: Can I access my subscription on multiple devices?
A: Yes, you will be able to access The Practice on any device so long as you have a subscription. You will of course need to sign in with your username and password on new devices.
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Q: Where can I view past issues of The Practice?
A: Easy! Just click the “Issues” tab on the menu bar on the upper left. Here you will find the table of contents for the most recent issue as well as links to all previous issues.
Q: How do I search The Practice for specific topics or authors?
A: The Practice now offers a versatile new search function to help you find what you are after. You can either click the search icon (the little magnifying glass) on the upper left of the menu bar to do a key word search or you can click the “categories” button, also on the upper left of the menu bar, and select a topic area you are interested in.
About The Practice
Q: How often are new issues of The Practice published?
A: The Practice is a bimonthly publication, meaning new issues come out every other month. However, new material is available in off-months as well through our bimonthly newsletters. All subscribers receive these newsletters during months between issues of The Practice.
Q: Is The Practice available in print?
A: The Practice is a digital-only magazine. There is currently no print version of the publication. However, we encourage sharing via social media!
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A: Absolutely! We encourage it! Quotations of up to 100 words per article is permitted with attribution to The Practice. However, material may not be republished without permission from the Center on the Legal Profession. For more details regarding permissions, email us.
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