Features news, commentary and criticism mainly involving the judiciary and confirmation process. Contributor Ed Whelan adds a daily "This Day in Judicial Activism" post highlighting opinions, injunctions and judicial appointments from years past that are sources of disappointment to him.
Bronx Community Solutions is a project of the Center for Court Innovation that attempts to change the Bronx court system's approach to low-level crime. The blog is a journal of project implementation, and also covers developments related to the Bronx, problem-solving justice, and government innovation.
This blog answers questions about the legal system in Illinois in a straightforward colloquial manner. Posts have a "Legal Tip of the Day."
A blawg about the courts.
"Analysis and commentary on recent California appellate decisions and legislation of interest to trial lawyers and judges." Posts are summaries of recent appellate and Supreme Court cases.
Blog posts explore the snippets and details of crime cases that may not make it into the Cedar Rapids newspaper.
A Chicago lawyer's focus on case law and judicial elections with commentary and a smattering of "water-cooler rant."
"Impartiality, accountability and the war over the courts."
Posts cover state legislation throughout the country that can have an impact on the courts.
Posts describe the challenges facing federal district judges—insufficient funding of the courts chief among them—and share the author's memories from his career as a lawyer and judge.
"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."
"National conversations about continuous improvement of the civil justice system."
"Daily posting of interesting developments about new and pending Section 337 ITC investigations, litigation trends, statistics, practical insights into the Administrative Law Judges, and commentary on important ITC decisions."
Coverage of the Broward County, Fla., courts and judiciary.
Blog discusses legal ethics, current events, lawyer misconduct and recent cases in Virginia.
The blog's title stands for Journal of Things We Like (Lots). In posts, law professors evaluate the latest and greatest legal scholarship in their respective disciplines.
An open and academic discussion of judicial ethics, discipline and disqualification.
Justice Building Blog says: "This blog is dedicated to justice building rumor, humor, and a discussion about and between the judges and lawyers who labor in the world of Miami's criminal justice."
Judith Ann Lanzinger is a justice of the Ohio Supreme Court.
This blawg "is a dynamic forum launched by Alliance for Justice to focus attention on the deliberate politicization of the Justice Department and attempts by movement conservatives to pack the federal judiciary with like-minded ideologues."
"Reports on U.S. civil courts, government regulation and public policy."
Blog discusses methods of finding employment in the legal field and changing career tracks. Posts include suggestions for which area of law to pursue and interview tips.
"Regulation and regulators at the state and federal level, LGBT issues, judicial appointments and the Obama administration more generally."
"The idea of this blog is to function as a clearing house of the most egregious and harmful judicial abuses and select specific instances, and judges, for a targeted boycott—a strike—by attorneys."
This blog contains advice for trial lawyers and (to a lesser extent) clients, with posts such as "Twelve Ways To Alienate The Trial Judge" and "Why You Need To Interview Your Client."