• The New Carbon Cycle

    News and analysis of the rapidly evolving law and policy surrounding climate change, carbon trading and markets, and renewable energy.

  • The New York Probate Litigation Blog

    The New York Probate Litigation Blog posts information about probate and estate law and litigation in New York. It includes a mix of articles, relevant state court decisions and links to other related websites.

  • The North Carolina Business and Banking Law Blog

    "Legal analysis of matters affecting businesses in North Carolina."

  • The Not-So Private Parts

    Posts cover the growing number of ways to search for or track and individuals using social media and the Web and raise the questions: Should we protect our privacy, or get used to being more ex­posed? And where does the law stand? Blogger Kashmir Hill tracks the emerging answers.

  • The Nutmeg Lawyer

    "A blawg discussing the daily trials and tribulations of law practice." Posts cover practice advice, marketing tips, and legal news.

  • The NV Flyer

    Review of legal developments affecting airlines and travel agents.

  • The Official Medicare Set Aside Blog and Information Resource

    "This blog is designed to keep readers up to date on current Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services policy, including changes to the Code of Federal Regulations, Medicare Secondary Payer statute, and Medicare, Medicaid, and State Children's Health Insurance Program Extension Act of 2007. It primarily focuses on the purpose and function of Medicare Set-Aside allocations for insurers and attorneys."

  • The Online Lawyer

    Focuses on informational posts about legal forms, including warranty deeds, quitclaim deeds and advanced life deeds, a/k/a "Lady Bird Deeds" and other observations.

  • The Ontario Condo Law Blog

    "Timely and topical information, news and commentary to inform and enlighten members of the condominium community in the province of Ontario. Property managers, condominium directors, unit owners and others should stay tuned to our blog for commentary on recent and developing trends, digests of recent court decisions, condo-related news from around the province and around the world, and more!"

  • The Opening Brief

    This blawg "is devoted to appellate decisions and issues, and I hope to generate a discussion on the direction of the law in these pages. Not so much whether we agree or disagree with a particular decision—after all, who wants that kind of written record when you are up for confirmation? Instead, I am interested in discussing the impact of the decisions on a particular area of law, where we think the law might be headed, and what arguments we might make in the next case. I am open to all viewpoints, and I hope to generate a lively discussion. If there is a particular decision you would like to discuss, please send me an e-mail, and I will add it to the menu."

  • The Oratorical Snob

    "The rhetorical ramblings of a student."

  • The Paralegal Mentor

    "Dedicated to helping paralegals reach their professional goals while striking balance in their personal lives."

  • The Paralegal Place

    "Research assistance portal for paralegals: tools, tips, resources, and tutorials to help paralegals and legal assistants produce critical and relevant research, along with career and professional advice and information."

  • The Patent Librarian’s Notebook

    Chronicles news and issues involving patents in the United States, Europe and Japan.

  • The Patent Prospector

    News, information, commentary and "sassy entertainment" relating to the life cycle of patents. Patent Prospector is an "open forum" weblog in that submissions are welcome within the blog's categories.

  • The PathLaw Blog: Laws and Lawyers for North Carolina Workers

    "Covering North Carolina legal news, especially related to workers' compensation and employment law."

  • The Patient Tort Report

    Covers news stories and trial outcomes for pharmaceutical injury cases.

  • The Pension Protection Act Blog

    This blawg covers the impact of recent law change on retirement and health plan documents. The Pension Protection Act made the most sweeping changes to the plan documents in the last 30 years at the same time the IRS decided to restructure how it regulates qualified plans. Caught in this intersection is one ERISA attorney who writes plan documents.

  • The People’s Therapist

    "A therapist's take on life, the world, you and me." The author reflects on his own entry into and "escape" from law practice to counsel readers struggling with their decisions to enter law school or law practice. He also sometimes posts video responses to questions from readers on these subjects—and sometimes, he just writes more generally about mental health topics.

  • The Personal Injury Blog

    "A wide variety of posts covering every aspect of personal injury and accident claims law in the U.K."

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