Posts cover labor and trademark issues arising in the fashion industry as well as appropriate workplace fashion for women.
"I may comment occasionally on a smattering of issues and will have links to political sites for those so inclined. But my focus will be on things that actually bring pleasure, meaning and nuance to life."
A Public Defender has posts about about criminal law, recent opinions and proposed legislation, sometimes with a Connecticut focus.
Examining the intersection of business, law and politics and the development of public policy. The blog is also published as an op-ed column in the Daily Record, a business and legal newspaper in Baltimore, Maryland.
A Stitch in Haste calls itself "a collection of real-world libertarian, individualist and laissez-faire rants on law, economics, politics, culture and other current events by an average, everyday lawyer and investment banker and part-time pop scholar."
Commentary on bankruptcy cases and rulings in Texas.
"Tips on getting the most from focus groups, voir dire and witness preparation."
"Surely the most important part of any writing venture is the title, right? While there were a million reasons to resist the Communications Office’s importunings to write a blog, the first and most enduring was my inability to think of a good title. The best I could think of was just to recycle the title of my sole post-law school law review article, which is pathetic under any circumstances—but even more so if you know that it was my husband, and not I, who came up with the title. But inspiration finally struck. A2 is the locals’ sobriquet for Ann Arbor, which cleverly avoids connotations and copyright issues. And Z? Well, that’s me."
"Information on estate planning, probate and planned giving topics for individuals, charities and business organizations."
"Information and insight for businesses."
"We circulate news, resources, opinions, and ideas that help access to justice commissions and their allies to carry out their missions of achieving equal justice for society’s most vulnerable members. This is serious work, but we maintain some lightheartedness about it here."
Case stories on how our pro bono attorneys are successfully helping military families
This blawg is updated on a regular basis, bringing information to attendees about the ABA Techshow.
Blog discusses employment law, consumer law, antitrust law, securities law, class actions and other related topics.
Family law issues in Georgia.
"Bringing you the latest news and information on Florida family law."
"News and views on family law issues around the world."
"Discussion of federal and state products liability litigation." Informal products liability posts and occasional “Abnormal Interviews” feature Q&As with law professors. "Friday Links" skip tort law and focus on the rest of the blawgosphere.
An advocacy blog published by the National Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty. Features personal stories of crime victims, death row inmates and activists. The blog mission is to "put a human face on the debate over capital punishment."
"Covers legal issues impacting Floridians, primarily in the areas of real estate, probate, and personal injury."
"A discussion of knowledge management that goes above and beyond technology. Given the extraordinary technology available today, knowledge management should be a cakewalk. But it isn't. If anything, the availability of cool tech toys has made more apparent the nontech challenges of effective KM. This blog focuses on those nontech elements—on the aspects of human nature, behavior and interaction that make law firm knowledge management so challenging and so rewarding."
Irreverent and muckraking posts on breaking legal news and issues of the day. In additional to reporting on news events and cases of interest, ATL contributors offer commentary on legal controversies and the state of the industry at large. The site also has a career center with job listings and information for job seekers. ATL was added to the ABA Journal's Blawg 100 Hall of Fame in 2012.
"Whether it's the latest celebrity scandal or the next outrageous campaign speech, there's usually a law or lawyer somewhere influencing what is happening. Redline will cut out the jargon, so you won't need a law degree to have an informed opinion and participate in the debate."
Abstract Appeal is devoted to Florida law and the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals based in Atlanta. "Generally, Abstract Appeal discusses, with perhaps a modicum of commentary, noteworthy decisions by Florida's appellate courts and the 11th Circuit. On a regular basis, Abstract Appeal also points out news and other items of interest relating to Florida law.
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