Discusses criminal court cases in front of the Arkansas Court of Appeals and Arkansas Supreme Court.
General information, commentary on criminal defense stories, Arkansas-specific posts.
Posts discuss criminal law issues impacting Little Rock, Arkansas, defendants.
"The Arkansas Education Law Blog is a blog for educators, parents, and students devoted to exploring the legal issues surrounding public education in Arkansas and nationwide."
"Provides opinion on injury law news, cases and reports in Arkansas."
The blog covers a variety of legal topics but focuses on family law and the business of law in Arkansas.
"A blog focused on significant legal, policy, and cultural developments in the Arkansas sustainasphere." Posts are about environmental law. Recent entries include "'Greenwashing' and the Need for Third-Party Green Certification," "The Case for Adopting the 2009 International Energy Conservation Code (IECC)" and "Sustainability Law 101: The New Markets Tax Credits Program."
"The focus of this blog is to provide relevant information and insight concerning decisions from Arkansas appellate courts and significant developments in appellate practice in Arkansas."
"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."
"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 family and divorce law issues.
Posts are written with information for victims of injuries, accidents and product malfunctions.
News, information, ethics opinions and analysis relating to criminal defense, legal ethics and professional responsibility.
"The Legal Pad is a blog devoted to the latest news and happenings in the judicial system in Arkansas and nationwide. This blog covers a variety of topics, including active cases and court decisions, newsworthy regulatory and statutory changes, and judicial politics."