The Red Well

"The Red Well is a service of the American Society of Trial Consultants, providing a one-stop opportunity to browse opinion and analysis on the subjects of litigation communication, persuasion, advocacy, and psychology relating to trial and pre-trial settings. The page hosts customized RSS feeds from all participating members. All blogs represented in The Red Well participate with the permission of the blog authors. The goal of this aggregator is to include as much content as possible created by active litigation consultants and other members of the American Society of Trial Consultants."

The Reeves Law Group

California personal injury and product liability cases in the news.

The Reexamination Center

Describes the process of patent reexamination, provides tips and talks about patent law cases in the news.

The Res Ipsa Loquitur Online: A University of Miami School of Law Blog

The blog is affiliated with the Res Ipsa Loquitur Online, a student newspaper of the University of Miami School of Law. Content includes articles and photography on a variety of topics, ranging from campus news to national legal developments.

The Right Coast

The Right Coast has "thoughts from San Diego on law, politics and culture."

The Rising Jurist

"Reflections on law and life."

The Rosenblum Law Firm » Blog

Posts discuss criminal law topics with a focus on New York and New Jersey.

The Rung

Posts focus on tools and best practices for litigation.

The Rural Bus Route

Examines everything from the mundane to the daily practice life of a lawyer in North Dakota.

The Scientific Lawyer

The Scientific Lawyer reviews scientific literature of interest to lawyers and legal scholars.

The Scoop: On Legal Marketing

"Analyzes legal marketing news, articles, and social media."

The Seattle Injury Attorney

The blog is updated continually as appellate cases are decided or statutes pass the affect Washington personal injury law.

The Section 15(b) Report

"The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CSPC) has taken on greater importance to American businesses in recent years, with an expanded budget, greater powers, higher fines, and an increasingly aggressive approach to regulation. “The Section 15(b) Report,” closely monitors developments of interest to the regulated business community."

The Securities Edge

"Focuses on securities law topics of interest to executives of middle-market businesses."

The Securities Law Blog

"News and commentary on the law of the financial markets."

The Security Advocate

"Computer security in plain English. Offers articles and short video tips regarding cybersecurity, computer forensics and related topics."

The Sentencing Project

This blawg covers news related to legislation regarding criminal sentencing, disenfranchisement and other inmate-rights issues.

The Settlement Channel

Is the self-described "home for settlement professionals on the Net." The blawg includes news, commentary and educational content primarily for settlement and legal professionals.

The Sharing Solution

Posts cover reports that indicate a rise in sharing arrangements—shared housing, cars and workspaces.

The Shout

This blawg comments on criminal law and cyberlaw, with an emphasis on free speech, privacy and computer security.

The Shriver Brief

"Poverty law commentary and insights."

The Situationist

This blawg "is a forum for scholars, students, lawyers, policy-makers, and interested citizens to examine, discuss, and debate the effect of situational forces—that is, nonsalient factors around and within us—on law, policy, politics, policy theory, and our social, political and economic institutions."

The Socialista

Posts cover a variety of topics of interest to Pamela Patinkin, who is described on her blog as "Highly-opinionated and often too-loud for her own good."

The Solo Lawyer

A daily information exchange, posts feature "rants and raves" by and for the solo practitioner.

The South Carolina Environmental Law and Litigation Blog

"Case law and news regarding environmental litigation and regulation (primarily related to South Carolina)."