Florida Criminal Law Opinions is intended to "provide a forum where criminal justice professionals, teachers and students could read and discuss recent criminal law decisions from Florida’s appellate courts."
"Provides coverage of recent cases applying and interpreting the Florida Rules of Civil Procedure and Florida Rules of Appellate Procedure."
Provides case summaries and commentary by a federal defender in the 4th Circuit.
"A commentary on jurisprudence under the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act ("FSIA"), including a detailed analysis of trends in the case law and of recent developments. Also will discuss issues relating to head-of-state immunity and diplomatic immunity."
"Offering insight on the practice of appellate law and commentary from the Atlanta-based 11th Circuit Court of Appeals."
"A blog dedicated to discussing the Nevada Supreme Court & criminal law in Nevada." Specifically, the blawg focuses on "cases in the news, legislation, the death penalty, local courts and judges, the U.S. Supreme Court, prisons" and Nevada Supreme Court information.
"Attempts to provide analysis that is useful to practitioners in Arkansas and interesting to constitutional law scholars across the nation. Arkansas legal news and commentary on the Arkansas Supreme Court."
How Appealing calls itself the first blawg devoted to appellate litigation. Updated frequently throughout the day, it posts links to breaking legal news stories and important court decisions. The site is an affiliate of law.com and also has links to its stories.
Covers news and events dealing with Illinois appellate case law.
"A blog tracking appellate issues that affect local governments."
Posts contain descriptions and analysis of decisions from Indiana state and federal courts and highlight key takeaways for practicing attorneys.
"What's happening in the Mississippi Supreme Court and Court of Appeals."
"Daily updates of BPAI [Board of Patent Appeals and Interferences] decisions (soon to be Patent Trial and Appeals Board decisions) organized by Art Unit including Reexaminations and Caselaw."
"Focuses on issues raised in Arkansas appellate courts, the Arkansas General Assembly, federal district courts in Arkansas, and the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals."
"Covers decisions of the Kansas Supreme Court, providing summaries of all published opinions. Also includes some coverage of the selection process for the court. A volunteer effort in the style of SCOTUSBlog."
Kentucky Court Report--SCOKY & COA has "Kentucky Supreme Court (SCOKY) and Court of Appeals (COA): decisions, minutes, arguments, news and more."
"This blog discusses issues in medical malpractice and health-care litigation. It features noteworthy cases, legislation, and current events relevant to health-care providers."
Posts discuss criminal law, family law, and appeals, specifically in Alabama.
Legal Pad is the blog of The Recorder and Cal Law, a daily newspaper and website. Head here for all legal industry news stamped California, from quick-witted takes on lawyer comings and goings to fresh perspectives on developments in the law.
"An Internet-based news wire dedicated to 24/7 coverage of state supreme courts and state attorneys general. Our focus: cases and actions that portend to have an impact on business—whether directly or eventually, once they've meandered their way through our justice system. Oft-overlooked state courts and attorneys general have a far-reaching impact on the ever-changing legal landscape for corporate executives."
Includes the lawyer-author's "off-the-cuff opinions" on topics that include current affairs, depression, legal research and books.
The Louisiana Law Blog has "insight and information on Louisiana law, litigation and legal culture."
"Covers developments in Maine appellate law in the Maine state courts and the Boston-based 1st U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals."
"Blog of the Maryland State Bar Association litigation section."
"A running commentary (now in its fourth year) on the follies and fortunes of employment discrimination law in the federal court of appeals—with occasional detours, at the author's discretion."