The goal of the blawg is to cover every published opinion from a federal court of appeals that is a criminal defense victory.
"The purpose of the blog is to inform members of the organization and the general public of the current state of the legal order and aims to generate discussion about current legal and policy issues using debates, addresses, and commentary from all sides of the political and legal spectrums."
"The blog focuses primarily on issues surrounding structured settlements and their applications in the resolution of personal injury litigation."
"Posts cover a variety of topics related to severe personal injury and wrongful death and feature cases and tell the stories and lessons we’ve learned that can help prevent bodily injuries and wrongful death."
"Jury selection is a critically important process and that it can be maddeningly difficult. We walk a tightrope over a minefield trying to find jurors who can be truly open-minded; people who will open up their hearts and minds to hear our client’s case. And we know from experience that in order for true justice to prevail, the jury that decides the case must be nothing less than omni exceptione majores—above all challenge."
"A look at environmental and land use law in Florida and across the country, considering private property rights, growth management, comprehensive planning, environmental law, and strategies for landowners."
"A blog focusing on decisions from the Florida appellate courts and 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals."
The Florida Probate Litigation Blog says it quickly posts probate-related appellate decisions in Florida. It also links to news stories and blog posts about probate law.
"About government disclosure law, such as the Freedom of Information Act, Privacy Act, and other federal and state laws that deal with disclosure."
A blawg about diversity, the law and the legal profession.
Posts cover litigation related to food-borne illness outbreaks, new FDA guidelines for food manufacturers, and other food safety issues.
This blawg posts news anecdotes detailing accusations of fraud and discrimination.
"A Law Student’s Effort To Mitigate His Crippling Student Debt." Shopping, saving and other financial tips across the board to help a struggling law student (or grad) save money, from the best (and worst) times to go to the supermarket and ways to save on clothes and car-washing to ideas for reducing the cost of law school and paying off loan debt pronto. "I created this site as a way keep track and find out ways to save money while in law school. I’ll write up posts on discoveries I’ve made in the hope that it can benefit someone else. In addition to personal finance posts, I also post on productivity/life hack topics that have come in handy to me while in law school."
Posts discuss the evolution of the practice of law and legal education and ideas for future changes in those realms.
Technology and patent law news and litigation as well as Internet and media law topics. Many posts also cover the latest PDA devices and their applications.
"Our purpose is to share knowledge and experience with the community, so that people may resolve disputes without having to rely on litigation that has become a costly, lengthy, and risky process."
"Current events and news relevant to Oklahoma City University Law Library patrons."
"Comedian Lenny Bruce once said: 'In the halls of justice, the only justice is in the halls.' He may not have been 100 percent accurate, but clearly some of the most interesting legal happenings take place in the halls and beyond. The Gavel goes beyond the courtroom to shine a light on what's really going on in the world of law and lawyers."
Discusses business of law and law practice management issues.
"Provides insight and analysis about LGBT laws and related news."
The weekly podcast highlights unconventional career paths for new lawyers.
"Updates in the law; collaboration of practice tips and strategies; forum for discussion."
A blog about all things academic law libraries and legal research. The author also discusses issues in law schools and legal writing.
This blog, for aspiring law students, current law students and newbie lawyers, is less about finding inspiration and more about finding answers to specific questions. Expert guest posters (FYI, not all of them women) are brought in to take on specific topics—such as preparing for the LSAT, writing a law review note or applying for a clerkship. But this blog isn't only useful for those breaking into law. Those trying to break out of the profession will also find acceptance and words of wisdom.
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