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Out-Law RSS Feeds

How to subscribe to our RSS feeds
You can subscribe to one or more of our RSS feeds in a number of ways, including the following:

  • Drag the orange RSS button into your News Aggregator (or News Reader) 
  • Click the orange RSS button and drag the URL of the page into your News Aggregator (don't worry that it ends .aspx rather than .xml)
  • Click the orange RSS button and cut and paste the URL of the page into your News Aggregator
  • One-click subscription (see below)

One-click subscriptions
If you use one of the following web-based News Aggregators, click on the appropriate button to subscribe to the RSS feed.

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RSS for beginners: What is RSS?
RSS feeds let you stay up to date with the latest content from OUT-LAW.COM and countless other websites (BBC, Reuters, CNN, CNet News, The Register etc.), without needing to check them for what's new throughout the day or week.

To most people, RSS stands for 'Really Simple Syndication'. If you're new to RSS, the first thing to do is to get yourself a little piece of software called a News Aggregator, also known as a News Reader. This will act like your own personal mailbox. It will display the latest headlines from all your favourite websites and you can link through to the stories.

There are plenty of News Aggregators available (here's a list of news aggregators at Yahoo!'s site, many of them free). Install one and just follow your Aggregator's instructions to start adding RSS feeds from your favourite sites. If you want it, here is an even bigger list of RSS aggregators.

We're a law firm – so we're not the right people to help you if you're having technical problems with RSS generally (e.g. if you can't get a News Aggregator to work). But if you have a problem with our own feed and don't have this problem with other feeds, please do let us know and we'll try to help.