This blawg is updated on a regular basis bringing information to attendees about the upcoming ABA Techshow.
Blog discusses employment law, consumer law, antitrust law, securities law, class actions and other related topics.
"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.
Posts offer news updates, legal analysis and documents related to the multiple constitutional challenges to the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.
"Strategy for the defense of Americans with Disabilities Act and Federal Housing Administration accessibility claims."
Covers Maryland injury and accident law, including car accidents, medical malpractice and product liability.
Posts offer vehicle safety tips, take note of traffic laws in different states and suggest how readers should handle traffic tickets and auto accidents.
Posts cover news related to personal injury cases, medical malpractice and product recalls in Florida.
"The Accurate Court Reporting, Inc. blog is a bi to tri weekly updated blog that covers topics such as: Frivolous Legal Claims, Law Technology, Court Reporting, Discovery and Marketing for law firms."
This decidedly left-leaning blog from the American Constitution Society covers court cases and proposed legislation that threatens individual rights. Editorials coming from the likes of the ACLU, the First Amendment Center and gay-rights groups appear regularly.
Posts cover new trends in consumer class-action litigation as well as recent announcements from the Federal Trade Commission, Consumer Product Safety Commission and Better Business Bureau's National Advertising Division.
Adam Smith, Esq. is "an inquiry into the economics of law firms." The blawg links to and analyzes articles about law firm strategy and profitability.
Posts cover the blogger's thoughts on contract drafting and contract automation, critique other document assembly systems and otherwise explore language in legal contracts.
Legal issues affecting interactive, sport and entertainment marketing and promotions.
Covers issues and information meant for adjunct law professors and labor / union law stories in the news.
Posts cover new academic scholarship related to administrative law and administrative law cases in the news.
"Focuses on alternative dispute resolution and environmental law."