"Ideas, inspiration and legal resources for startups, entrepreneurs."
"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."
Posts offer news updates, legal analysis and documents related to the multiple constitutional challenges to the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.
Covers issues and information meant for adjunct law professors and labor / union law stories in the news.
"Intends to provide useful, timely, and insightful commentary about developments in the alternative dispute resolution field. We comment on the individual dispute resolution processes, latest law review articles and relevant books, interesting empirical research, as well as the various ways ADR is used every day in this country and around the world."
This blawg provides commentary and news on developing legal issues in advertising, promotional marketing, Internet and privacy law.
"The center for blurbs in the public interest."
Posts cover updates in agricultural regulation in Maryland, environmental law news and climate change law.
"The mission of Akron Law Café is to offer readers a deeper understanding of the law that applies to current stories in the news. The blog will also list Akron Law news and events."
Covers law, politics and the general musings of law professor Ann Althouse.
"On the role of women in the law, in legal education, as students as academics, and within the legal profession, generally Australian focus, but some international content as well."
"Transcending speciesism since October 2008." Animal law, animal rIghts, animal ethics, and animal policy.
Animal Rights: The Abolitionist Approach explores animal rights issues from a perspective that "requires the abolition of animal exploitation and rejects the notion that animal use is acceptable if we treat animals 'humanely.' "
"Commentary and analysis at the intersection of international law and politics."
Anticipate This! is "a patent law blog providing thought-provoking commentary ... with a dash of irreverent humor."
Tracks the latest in scholarship and developments in antitrust and competition policy.
"Globalization and digitization through the eyes of a California law professor."
"This blog addresses a wide variety of issues related to appellate justice. This includes appellate court advocacy and practice, principles of appellate justice, appellate court jurisprudence on current issues, and legislative developments affecting the courts. We hope to keep our readers informed about cases and issues on appeal as well as scholarship, research, conferences, and news related to appellate courts."
Posts analyze and discuss legal issues relevant to arms control, including actions of the International Atomic Energy Agency and the dispute between the West and Iran over Iran's nuclear program.
This blawg deals with tax (primarily the federal income tax) and economic issues from the perspective of democratic egalitarianism. Postings discuss current cases and administrative guidance as well as economic and tax issues in the news.
A regularly-updated blawg featuring aviation law news and commentary.
"Balkinization an unanticipated consequence of Jack M. Balkin." This blawg focuses on constitutional, First Amendment and civil liberties issues.
Posts share the author's opinions on e-discovery debates and answer e-discovery questions posed by readers.
A regularly updated blog covering banking law news and issues. The blog is part of the Law Professor Blogs Network.
"Irreverent critique of developments in European Union, U.S. and Australian 'new technology' law."