"Aims to highlight recent decisions of the courts of Illinois, as well as other interesting legal topics."
A blog of illustrated newsworthy trials and cases. "Much of the artwork is used for TV news, but not seen in print or online, so here it is available to the public."
Illustrated posts explore concepts and ideas having to do with crime and punishment.
"News, laws, and lives in U.S. immigration."
"The In-House Advisor was created to provide in-house counsel (as well as CEOs, CFOs and other C-Level decision makers) with practical, helpful and thoughtful advice on a variety of legal issues."
Multiple daily posts cover developments regarding Indiana's statutes; state court rulings; actions of state government; and elections and evaluations of the state's judiciary.
"Provides daily updates of law, news and developments in insurance and reinsurance."
Posts discuss personal and professional development, client relationships, strategies for law firms and the Zen mindset.
"Topics of interest to franchisors, franchisees, and suppliers."
"Explores how bankruptcy affects divorce and other family law matters in Virginia, and how divorce and family law matters affect bankruptcy."
Tech tips, intellectual property law and law practice information.
Discussion of IP-related news, cases and legal issues.
"A blog to make sense of intellectual property issues for businesspeople. Focused on trade secrets, patents, copyrights, trademarks, and computer and cyberlaw."
"The IPIP Blog is a blog for the practicing intellectual property bar by the practicing intellectual property bar. Posts, including your practical suggestions and best practices, are wanted for publication on this blog."
This blawg provides ruminations on law and life, made with a bit of irreverence.
"A blog discussing news, strategy, and legal issues for businesses and entrepreneurs."
A blog covering a wide variety of legal topics, ranging from issues in business law to landlord-tenant law and estate planning law in New Jersey.
"My goal with this blog is to provide updates regarding developments in New Jersey law that effect individuals and businesses in the areas that I practice: personal injury litigation (including auto accidents, slip-and-fall accidents, and construction accidents), criminal defense, business litigation (including disputes between businesses and contract disputes), and commercial litigation (disputes between contractors, subcontractors, and suppliers, and disputes between debtors and creditors)."
"A blog to vent about the evils of the legal profession, the law school scam, and being jobless with a JD."
"This blog is an effort to chronicle my adventures in seeking a new job. My hope is that this blog will enlighten others who 1) are thinking of going into the legal field; 2) were similarly affected by the economic downturn; or 3) can find some humor in the misfortunes of life."
"Discusses recent jury trials of interest, weighs in on controversies in the procedures of jury trials, and reviews studies of jury behavior and decision-making."
The bloggers offer an interesting overview of many psychological and sociological elements to consider when crafting an argument to appeal to specific juror demographics. We especially appreciate how they explicitly tailor their advice to address the concerns of both plaintiffs attorneys and defense attorneys.
Posts cover Justice Department initiatives and activities as well as comments made by U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder at press conferences and other events. DOJ higher-ups such as Acting Solicitor General Neal Katyal and Deputy Attorney General James Cole have also written posts.
Authors aim to highlight the ways the late William J. Brennan Jr. remains relevant 20 years after his retirement. This blawg is a companion to Justice Brennan: Liberal Champion, which was released Monday, Oct. 4, 2010, the first day of the U.S. Supreme Court term.
Posts include observations that focus on the "declining freedoms enjoyed by the ordinary citizen and a corresponding fear of the Big Brother state's ever increasing encroachment on civil liberties."