"A blog on employee benefits, employment, and tax issues."
"Boston-based blog focused on state and federal legal issues, gender issues,and feminist discourse."
Posts focus on legal news that affects lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people and the representation of LGBT clients in family law matters.
Blog is devoted to employment law cases, mainly in Florida, but also nationally. Posts usually include copies of the case opinion or complaint using Scribd.
Posts focus on research and information about refugees, internally displaced persons (IDPs), asylum-seekers, and other forced migrants.
The blog focuses on civil rights, particularly police misconduct, and criminal law, mostly in New York but also nationwide.
"The goal of the 'Fruits of the Poisonous Tree' blog is to provide a forum where visitors can connect with me in an open discourse about law-related topics."
"A forum for students, faculty and law school alums to discuss current issues in gender and sexuality law.
Posts cover gene patent litigation and litigation related to genetic nondiscrimination rights.
"Keeping an eye on the radical right."
Posts cover topics in legal news, especially those related to the music industry with a focus on hip-hop.
“Over the past two decades, domestic U.S. law has become more intertwined than ever with international human rights norms. Courts and legislatures are increasingly confronting human rights arguments, and government actors from the local to the federal level are increasingly active in developing these norms internationally. As law professors, we not only study these developments but may also participate in them, often acting as human rights advocates or catalysts for change. We also engage our students in human rights analysis and advocacy efforts, through law school clinics, research projects and classroom readings. This blog aims to serve as a forum for exchanging information and insights relevant to all of the many ways in which law professors and scholars are active in this area, from teaching to advocacy to scholarship.”
"Offers commentary on sexuality and gender issues, mostly, but not exclusively, focusing on law."
"Where ideas and the law connect."
Blog discusses immigration law, including visa and green card information. Recent entries include: "What you need to know about late filing of form I-751," "Criminal background checks for immigration" and "7 quick tips for the marriage adjustment of status interview."
"Impunity Watch’s mission is to monitor and address horrific human rights abuses and possible situations of impunity. Whether the atrocities committed are acts of discrimination, acts of human trafficking such as the forced labor or sexual exploitation of individuals, the denial of access to food and water, acts of genocide, or other violations of fundamental human rights, those who commit these inhumane acts should be held accountable and brought to justice. Impunity Watch will be in the forefront creating awareness of these tragedies."
Blog discusses wrongful convictions, and tracks court cases that Innocence Matters has been involved with. Recently the blog celebrated the organization's first exoneration, of a man named John Smith; he had been convicted of murder by false testimony.
Intlawgrrls are "voices on international law, policy, practice." They "embrace foremothers' names to encourage crisp commentary, delivered at times with a dash of sass. We welcome replies, and we look forward to fresh dialogue on the matters of the day. It's our world, after all."
Jotwell—which stands for Journal of Things We Like (Lots)—features relatively brief law prof-authored reviews of recent scholarly articles in plain English.
Posts cover news related to the United States' national security law and policy, analysis of that news, and daily updates on military action around the world.
"Labor and employment issues are top-of-mind for executives as they come to terms with the realities of our changed economy. Labor & Employment Law Perspectives is your online resource for information on evolving issues."
"Hawaii and the Law through my eyes." Blog is written from the perspective of a criminal defense attorney. Topics include famous criminal cases such as the Casey Anthony murder trial and Dominique Strauss-Kahn's rape trial.
This blogger's research "explores the intersection of law, sexuality and technology and has focused upon the phenomena of public sex and male-for-male sex work."
Will insurance pay for damage caused by supervillains? Are mutants covered by anti-discrimination laws? Could the ADA apply to superpowers? These questions and more are posed and answered.
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