"Ideas, inspiration and legal resources for startups, entrepreneurs."
"@LawBlarg is an experimental form of legal writing, attempting to find a middle ground between traditional legal writing (law journals) and modern legal writing (blawgs). @LawBlarg provides short, research-intensive articles specifically designed for an online readership."
Blog is devoted to "non-court solutions for family law matters" and "non-adversarial options for resolving family law matters."
"Provides "bytes" of risk management advice."
Blog is about the laws surrounding international child abduction, specifically concerning The Hague Child Abduction Convention.
"A discussion of bankruptcy law and bankruptcy-related topics."
Posts focus on legal issues in Connecticut.
"Devoted to international crime and justice issues. Each month the blog focuses on a specific topic with authors and guest contributors contributing related writings."
Discussion of copyright law and policy issues focused on developing optimum copyright law.
A "personal and cultural Web journal."
A consumer law blog meant for "general observations, passing along of rumors, news, and commentary, not advice."
Issues that affect residents in Nassau County and/or Long Island.
"Presents proven techniques for all forms of written communication, from email, letters and blogs to memoranda and brief. It sets forth three essential rules for powerful communication and shows how to apply those rules to develop a clean, confident and modern style of writing."
"Information resources and news of interest to the students, faculty, and friends of the University of Georgia Law community."
"Focuses on providing original content for readers in the areas of legal research, writing, and oral advocacy. As part of that mission, the blog also encourages readers to practice their writing by submitting posts on substantive areas of their choice. In addition to original content, A Prayer for Relief stays current on conversations in the blogosphere that may interest readers and provides links and short summaries (maybe a little commentary as well) to those stories."
"I may comment occasionally on a smattering of issues and will have links to political sites for those so inclined. But my focus will be on things that actually bring pleasure, meaning and nuance to life."
A Public Defender has posts about about criminal law, recent opinions and proposed legislation, sometimes with a Connecticut focus.
Examining the intersection of business, law and politics and the development of public policy. The blog is also published as an op-ed column in the Daily Record, a business and legal newspaper in Baltimore, Maryland.
A Stitch in Haste calls itself "a collection of real-world libertarian, individualist and laissez-faire rants on law, economics, politics, culture and other current events by an average, everyday lawyer and investment banker and part-time pop scholar."
Commentary on bankruptcy cases and rulings in Texas.
"Tips on getting the most from focus groups, voir dire and witness preparation."
"Surely the most important part of any writing venture is the title, right? While there were a million reasons to resist the Communications Office’s importunings to write a blog, the first and most enduring was my inability to think of a good title. The best I could think of was just to recycle the title of my sole post-law school law review article, which is pathetic under any circumstances—but even more so if you know that it was my husband, and not I, who came up with the title. But inspiration finally struck. A2 is the locals’ sobriquet for Ann Arbor, which cleverly avoids connotations and copyright issues. And Z? Well, that’s me."
"Information on estate planning, probate and planned giving topics for individuals, charities and business organizations."
"Information and insight for businesses."
"We circulate news, resources, opinions, and ideas that help access to justice commissions and their allies to carry out their missions of achieving equal justice for society’s most vulnerable members. This is serious work, but we maintain some lightheartedness about it here."