Blog is about the laws surrounding international child abduction, specifically concerning The Hague Child Abduction Convention.
"Devoted to international crime and justice issues. Each month the blog focuses on a specific topic with authors and guest contributors contributing related writings."
"We cover the daily buzz in the legal community by providing information, resources and news on Indian law."
"English legal developments relevant to the art world." Recent entries include "Enforcement against state-owned art abroad" and "Good news for experts and valuers."
Blog discusses estate law in Australia. Recent entries include "Can Scandalous Words Be Removed From A Will After Death?", "Enduring Powers of Attorney - Financial Abuse" and "Disputes About Burial and Testamentary Capacity."
"This Blog is intended to provide timely discussion of judicial and regulatory decisions as well as topics and trends in international litigation, international dispute resolution, and international investigations, regulatory compliance, and enforcement."
“A study in the legal and practical problems associated with piracy off the coast of Somalia and elsewhere. It examines some of the root causes of piracy, attempts to prevent or stop attacks, and mechanisms for the prosecution of suspected pirates. The prosecution of suspected pirates raises a myriad of legal issues that begin with arrest and collection of evidence, proper venue and jurisdiction, to name but a few."
"This website is intended to encourage discussion about recent developments in construction law in Canada."
This is a blawg on European electronic communications and digital media law.
"Items of news and comment concerning any aspect of commercial law that interests us."
Posts include news about the actions of the activities of the Electronic Frontier Foundation; legislation in the United States and abroad related to the rights of Internet users and developers; and trademark and cybersquatting disputes in the news.
"Dispute Resolution Germany is an English language resource about litigation, arbitration and mediation in Germany (and elsewhere)."
"The blog’s goal is to provide legal news about incoming and pending applications, decisions, judgments and resolutions regarding the French Republic at the European Court of Human Rights."
"A blog on legal opinions, rulings, events and news related to Expert Witnesses."
"First of its kind website to monitor developments in India's gaming laws and urge for reforms in the archaic gaming laws prohibiting almost all forms of wagers."
This blawg covers academic international law journals and other related publications.
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."
IP Fridays is a podcast and accompanying blog dedicated to intellectual property. “We cover current developments in IP law, record interviews with interesting people in this field, and we will introduce you to helpful tools and websites for your practice.”
We’re letting the IPKat out of the bag. This blog is good for coverage of copyright, patent, trademark and privacy/confidentiality issues —and a laugh. Maybe it’s just because everything’s funnier with a British accent: The authors are based in the U.K., and their multiple daily posts focus on issues on their side of the pond.
"Serious law. Primary sources. Global perspective." Broad-ranging legal information and research site which includes legal news articles and links to documents. Has a mission to focus on legal stories of substantive importance rather than sensational appeal and cover both national and international legal news.
"Legal news and analysis of current U.S. and foreign events." Discusses financial, international and corporate law.
Written for law students in India, the blog contains law school news, career advice, internship stories and "Lawstruck," a forum for creative works of art.
"The name Lawfare refers both to the use of law as a weapon of conflict and, perhaps more importantly, to the depressing reality that America remains at war with itself over the law governing its warfare with others." Posts cover subjects such as cybersecurity, international law as it relates to U.S. military operations, and anti-terrorism legislation from nations around the world.
Blog reviews legal decisions and news in India and around the world.
The focus of this blog is international judicial assistance in civil and commercial cases. Specific issues covered include service of process abroad, obtaining evidence abroad for use in the United States and vice versa, and recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments and international arbital awards.