Civil Rights

  • ACS Blog

    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.

  • Balkinization

    "Balkinization an unanticipated consequence of Jack M. Balkin." This blawg focuses on constitutional, First Amendment and civil liberties issues.

  • Blog Law Online

    "Blog Law Online covers the spectrum of blog and Internet law and policy." Also discusses freedom of expression and privacy law.

  • Blog of Rights

    "Because freedom can't protect itself." Posts offer the authors' takes on matters of government secrecy, individual privacy, women's rights, workplace discrimination and on death penalty cases of interest.

  • Bodily Injury Blog

    Wide-ranging discussion of personal injury law, legal issues and news throughout the country.

  • Business Litigation Perspectives

    "Insight and commentary on business legal issues." Examines business law and important cases in Florida.

  • Charon QC

    Posts and comments cover the practice of law, individual liberties and legal education with a United Kingdom focus. The author also interviews other lawyers in his podcasts.

  • Civil Justice Law Blog

    "We provide news and commentary daily on the civil justice system in the U.S., focusing mainly on mass torts, employment discrimination, and injury law. The blog also covers related news in the pharmaceutical and medical industries and developments at the U.S. Supreme Court."

  • Comment is free: Glenn Greenwald on security and liberty

    Guardian reporter and blogger Glenn Greenwald broke the story on secret U.S. collection of cellphone data. Posts at his blog explore decisions made by the U.S. federal government related to the "war on terror" and what press freedoms, civil rights and privacy rights are being traded off as a result.

  • CommLawBlog

    "CommLawBlog covers and comments on developments in all areas of spectrum regulation by the Federal Communications Commission, as well as issues relating to copyright, trademark, First Amendment and Internet."

  • Connecticut Lesbian and Gay Law

    The blawg covers legal Issues of interest to the lesbian and gay community, with particular emphasis on Connecticut law.

  • Crime & Federalism

    "Daily commentary on criminal law, civil rights, and what's new and outrageous in the law."

  • CRLJ Blog

    "A destination for all things related to developments to civil rights law. We will be keeping you updated on legal news in the civil rights field as well as posting brief yet substantive articles by our contributors."

  • Daily Kos

    A popular and influential liberal blog featuring commentary and analysis on the latest political maneuvering.

  • DisAbility Rights Galaxy

    "DisAbility Rights Galaxy is a cross disability, blog (and networking portal) where we cover disability rights issues including current cases, legal articles, and legislative actions. We also review law review articles on disability rights issues and publish original articles."

  • DSLReports - Front Page

    "Headlines for and about the national grassroots movement to restore civil liberties."

  • Election Law @ Moritz

    "The focus of the EL@M website is election administration - laws dealing with voter registration, voter ID, early and absentee voting, provisional balloting, poll workers and polling place procedures, recounts and election contests, and other related issues."

  • eLocalLawyers Blog

    Posts are about an entire range of legal-related subjects. Recent entries include "Confidentiality and Nondisclosure Agreements," "Enforcing Your Rights Against Auto Dealer Fraud" and "Mesothelioma Claims."

  • Employer Defense Law Blog

    This blog discusses "many areas of employment law confronted by employers in today's workplace – and the changes regularly occurring there. Some of these changes include: drafting social media policies to govern employees' postings on the Internet; more vigorous enforcement by the EEOC; new laws that the NLRB makes that affect non-unionized workforces; changes to U.S., state, and international laws that global companies face; and changes that occur due to the current state of the economy."

  • Erlich Law Blog

    "A blog on employee benefits, employment, and tax issues."

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