Law in Popular Culture

  • “that’s what she said”

    This blawg examines the NBC television series The Office and comes up with a per-episode estimate of the value of litigation claims against Dunder Mifflin.

  • Allison Leotta

    Dedicated to critiquing each episode of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit on the basis of what the show got right and wrong from a legal perspective.

  • Celebrity Justice

    "Covers the intersection of celebrities and the law, including celebrities who break the law and celebrity legal problems." Posts also recap the TV show The Good Wife.

  • EntertainHR

    Posts focus on workplace no-nos as seen on TV as well as employment law issues in films (not necessarily recent) and real-life litigation behind the scenes of TV shows.

  • Law and the Multiverse: Superheroes, supervillains, and the law

    Will insurance pay for damage caused by supervillains? Are mutants covered by anti-discrimination laws? Could the ADA apply to superpowers? These questions and more are posed and answered.

  • The Coverage Geek

    "An entertaining and informative update on California insurance law replete with references to popular culture."

  • The Employer’s Lawyer

    "An interesting look at the changing labor and employment law landscape."

  • The Legal Geeks

    Posts and podcasts cover the legal issues that arise (whether they are acknowledged or not) in TV shows and the latest theatrical releases—usually of the sci-fi / fantasy variety.

  • TVs And Law Degrees

    "This blog recaps television shows while making legal references by citing and explaining the laws that characters break in the episodes."

  • xtremErisa - ( /

    "An xtreme mix of postings covering . . . ERISA and pop culture!"

  • Zombie Law

    This humorous blog offers legal advice for zombies in a variety of legal contexts, such as divorce, zombie discrimination and life insurance, among others.