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."
Posts contain summaries of criminal case opinions; court-watching. "One part geeky academic monograph; one part spectator sport."
"Law blog chiming in on all things legal, including legal history, jurisprudence, and the rule of law."
"Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, in all her glory." Posts consist of tributes to Ginsburg in the form of videos, memes, and links to quotes about her in the news media.
"Law, politics, philosophy."
Political and legal news, commentary and analysis, with a conservative focus.
"A blog about civil litigation and trial practice in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York."
"A blog devoted to the lawyers of South Florida, their goings and doings, their peculiarities and personalities, all done with humor, love, jealousy, snark and just a little bit of class." Aggregates law-related news stories from Florida and elsewhere.
"News and resources for the Southern California appellate lawyer, featuring the second and fourth district courts of appeal."
Southern District of Florida Blog is dedicated to providing news and notes regarding federal practice in the Southern District of Florida.
"Covers federal courts in Washington, D.C., all appellate circuits, specialized federal courts and any interesting fact pattern that comes along."
Tex Parte is Texas Lawyer’s daily blog covering the Lone Star State’s legal community. Posts alert readers about profession-related events and cover state district attorneys' offices, federal and state court decisions, comings and goings at Texas-based law firms and the State Bar of Texas, and profile of Texas lawyers and law students with stories to tell.
The Becker-Posner Blog explores current issues in economics, law and policy.
"The purpose of the blog is to inform members of the organization and the general public of the current state of the legal order and aims to generate discussion about current legal and policy issues using debates, addresses, and commentary from all sides of the political and legal spectrums."
Authors aim to highlight the ways the late William J. Brennan Jr. remains relevant 20 years after his retirement. This blawg is a companion to Justice Brennan: Liberal Champion, which was released Monday, Oct. 4, 2010, the first day of the U.S. Supreme Court term.
"The Legal Blog is an earnest attempt to promote research based websites / blogs, by providing free, accurate and up to date information to lawyers, students and the layman. We at Legal Blog, attempt to simplify legal concepts by providing the latest case law and articles on various important topics." Most posts involve Indian law.
Topics include corporate interests, the Federal Trade Commission, patent laws, the U.S. Supreme Court, and the Washington Legal Foundation's litigation and amicus briefs.
Provides the musings of an "English Magistrate."
"Opinions and discussions about law-related topics of interest to lawyers and laypersons alike."1 2 >