"Let's be honest: You want to be me."
"My opinions are my own, but the world would be a better place if everybody agreed with me." Posts discuss constitutional and evidence issues in high-profile criminal trials.
Posts cover criminal law issues and current events from the standpoint of a prosecutor, offer insight into the criminal justice system and trials and tell amusing court stories.
This blawg discusses work-life balance issues faced by parents in the workplace, highlights legal news stories, and covers other blogs and topics, not all of them law-related.
Discussions by an "PD Dude" about legal strategy in important criminal cases throughout the nation.
"Because we don' get no respect at all."
"A blog for all news junkies, random current events, snippets of interests, law and law school, science and solicited advice."
"A Latina student's thoughts about law school with a pinch of gender and race theory for spice."
This blawg is "about government regulatory processes—specifically, those parts of the process that give the public an opportunity to participate."
"Law and reality in publishing (seldom the same thing) from the author's side of the slush pile, with occasional forays into military affairs, censorship and the First Amendment, legal theory, and anything else that strikes me as interesting."
"Laboring in the obscurity he so richly deserves, your crusty correspondent offers his views on just about everything. Nothing herein should be taken too seriously: If you look closely, you can see the twinkle in the Old Curmudgeon's eye. Or is that a cataract?"
"Offering daily nonpartisan coverage of the U.S. Senate. We'll also provide the occasional election coverage when the Senate is not in session."
Separating in the City is about the divorce process: what every person needs to know if thinking about separation or divorce, currently going through a divorce or trying to move on from a recent divorce. The blawg covers psychological and social issues related to divorce, news stories about divorce statistics, as well as legal issues such as finances and custody.
"Covers topics, issues, pending and historical court cases, and consequences facing, adult and juvenile sex offenders, in prison and life after in society. Covers current issues, sex offender registries, recidivism, dangerousness, risk assessment tools, therapy, civil commitment, subtle vigilantism, harassment and discrimination. Also other community concerns related to sex offender issues, and the United Nations human rights issues."
"Observations about the legal profession."
"Covers a wide range of topics—anything that would interest the darkly inclined. This includes, but is not limited to, torts, copyright disputes, employment disputes, trademark litigation, and consumer rights. Siouxsie also gives fashion advice and will be reviewing different products (such as makeup, clothing, shoes). Siouxsie hopes to do this all in a lighthearted manner, one which both pokes fun at the establishment while still taking it seriously."
"I write about investigation, public defense news, and the occasional social issue."
"Looking at life through legal lenses, Solicitr presents a dash of news with a dose of views, gossip and entertainment. Flick through for a bit of light relief or take the opportunity to have your say; your opinions, insights and stories are welcome."
"A blog devoted to the lawyers of South Florida, their goings and doings, their peculiarities and personalities, all done with humor, love, jealousy, snark and just a little bit of class." Aggregates law-related news stories from Florida and elsewhere.
Posts cover the concerns of a Michigan State University law student: studying for exams, favorite courses, studying methods, law review, the city of East Lansing and coping with stress.
Most posts are about motherhood, but the blogger also writes about balancing her billable hours with her son's needs.
"At the intersection of sports, business, law and money—and when you are talking about sports, you know it's all about the money."
"The thinking behind this blog is really simple: The guilty should be prevented from reoffending, and the innocent should not be convicted—not very complex, but often not achieved."
"The adventures of a single mom trying to maintain a life balance while attending law school part-time and working full-time."
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