Jackson Walker now offers all its publications and news alerts through RSS feeds. Consider this your no-maintenance shortcut to our content - because once you've signed up, the updates automatically come to you.
What is RSS?
The initials stand for Really Simple Syndication, but what you really need to know about RSS is that it auto-delivers news and information to you. With a little up-front setup, you can direct your computer to go online throughout the day and find new stories and files in the feeds you've signed up for. This happens in the background - all you need to do is glance at your RSS reader now and then to see what's new, then click on what you're interested in to read the full story.
What's an RSS reader?
This is the handy computer program that does the work for you. It remembers which feeds you've signed up for, checks them for new content, and displays the latest updates for you to read. Most RSS readers are customizable, so you can display links, headlines, and stories in whatever format you like. Some of them work through your Web browser, and some are stand-alone programs that you can download. Best of all, many of the most commonly used RSS readers are free.Here are some free RSS readers:
Sign Up for these RSS feeds from Jackson Walker
If your news reader is one of the three we offer one-click access to, simply click on the appropriate icon and you're done!
If you don't see the name of your service, right-click on the orange "XML" button and select "copy shortcut" or "copy link location." (Using a Mac? Click and hold or control-click instead of right-clicking.) Go to your news reader of choice, paste the link into the relevant spot and you're subscribed.