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Legal issues involving sexuality and gender identity.
Written for an audience of employers. Covers employment law topics, including discrimination cases, the minimum wage, OSHA and other federal laws.
"A blog by J. Adam Engel focused non-exclusively on the intersection between criminal law, the Fourth Amendment and emerging technology. Dedicated to the idea that effective law enforcement is not incompatible with a vigorous interpretation of the Fourth Amendment." "The Law of Cell Phones and Smartphones."
Commentary on civil rights issues, court decisions and other issues of interest to New York civil litigators and criminal practitioners.
"Current legal events from a modern black perspective."
Features news, court decisions and commentary on social justice issues, among other "random thoughts."
"The Asylumist is a blog about political asylum in the U.S. We hope it serves as a forum for discussion about law, policy, and politics of asylum. We cover issues related to asylees’ mental health, experience in the asylum system, and adjustment to life in the U.S."
"The blog discusses various aspects of law, business and economics and is not a how-to blog. The themes range from corporate law to Islamic law, from lawyers job to legal education, and I usually use economic analysis of law in analyzing the legal issues that I discuss in my blog."
"A blog about the law and life. The CockleBur covers everything from the U.S. Supreme Court to book reviews to lighthearted posts."
"Provides insight and analysis about LGBT laws and related news."
Posts include observations that focus on the "declining freedoms enjoyed by the ordinary citizen and a corresponding fear of the Big Brother state's ever increasing encroachment on civil liberties."
"Opinions and discussions about law-related topics of interest to lawyers and laypersons alike."
"A vehicle for PSLawNet to share news, job-seeking resources, and original content with law students and lawyers on public service career paths, and with career services professionals at law schools."
This blawg covers news related to legislation regarding criminal sentencing, disenfranchisement and other inmate-rights issues.
Posts cover criminal justice, the drug war and civil liberties.
A blog of the Colorado Criminal Justice Reform Coalition, focused on reversing the trend of mass incarceration.
Posts discuss criminal cases in Arizona, the Ninth Circuit and more broadly around the country, especially SCOTUS decisions. Topics include drug cases, sex offenders and illegal searches.
"At the intersection of politics and law: redistricting, campaign finance, the right to vote, election law and administration, and politicians in trouble.
"This blog focuses on federal and state overtime, minimum wage, and wage payment laws." Recent entries include: "What To Do When the DOL Makes an Unannounced Visit," "Entrepreneurs Beware of Personal Liability for Wage & Hour Violations," and "Do California State Overtime Laws Apply to Visiting Workers?"
Covers the civil rights decisions of the New York City-based 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.
"This blog focuses on the legal aspects of workplace abuse with particular attention to bullying."
The Women's Rights Employment Law Blog covers women's and transgender rights, with links to news items and posts of reader comments.
"We make our money off of racism, gender discrimination and ethnic intolerance. There is no shortage of work in South Florida, a melting pot that has never quite come to a boil."
"Designed to help and inform plaintiffs and potential plaintiffs in employment discrimination cases."
"A blog and newsletter about the politics of crime (criminal politics) and prison legal issues. Should the law advance Deterrence or Retribution, Banishment or Rehabilitation? Donations and store proceeds feed the Prison Innocence Project and Monthly Newsletter (annual report available on request)."