Law and order news-of-the-weird, news stories concerning criminal charges against police officers and members of the military and scandals in the U.S. Justice Department.
Posts give "instant analysis" of recent U.S. Supreme Court oral arguments and cover the activities of the blogger's Harlan Institute, which has a mission of bringing a stylized law school experience into the high school classroom. From the blog you can also access and sign up for the the Harlan Institute's FantasySCOTUS league.
Posts cover how U.S. Supreme Court rulings factor into the news of the day, his experiences as a U.S. Supreme Court reporter and excerpts from his Supreme Court Yearbook.
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.
News, rulings and legislation related to grand juries and trial juries.
"Jurisdynamics describes the interplay between legal responses to exogenous change and the law's endogenous adaptive capacity. This blog focuses on tools (mathematics, linguistics, complexity theory, and biology) and subjects (regulation, innovation, environmental law, and natural disasters) that invite jurisdynamic analysis."
"Serious law. Primary sources. Global perspective." Broad-ranging legal information and research site which includes legal news articles and links to documents. Has a mission to focus on legal stories of substantive importance rather than sensational appeal and cover both national and international legal news.
Posts cover news related to the United States' national security law and policy, analysis of that news, and daily updates on military action around the world.
"A fresh, high-quality, and timely examination of the world of European copyright law."
Posts include links to legal writing resources, offer editing tips and note court opinions in which the judges writing them had a little fun.
Covers news, issues and commentary related to land use law.
"A blog about law, literature, and the humanities."
"Law and regulation affecting information, media and data."
"A forum about the legal future, with posts and commentary of the future of the law, legal practice, and legal education."
This blog is there for when the long arm of the law touches magicians; it also features lawyers who use magic in their practice. A new paranormal TV show might merit a post, too.
This blogger's research "explores the intersection of law, sexuality and technology and has focused upon the phenomena of public sex and male-for-male sex work."
"Comments on current issues in transnational law and policy. These essays focus on the constitution of regulatory communities (political, economic, and religious) as they manage their constituencies and the conflicts between them. The context is globalization. This is an academic field-free zone: expect to travel "without documents" through the sometimes strongly guarded boundaries of international relations, constitutional, international, comparative, and corporate law."
This blawg covers news, legal or otherwise, with a focus on technology and privacy law.
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.
"A blog devoted to legal education and the legal profession from the perspective of law deans." Posts discuss topics such as student debt, access to justice and the two-year JD.
Devoted to issues related to law libraries, including digital preservation and documentation. The blog covers general news and provides resources for practicing law librarians and those interested in legal research.
Succinct summaries of National Labor Relations Board cases. This is one of eight employment and U.S. Supreme Court-related blawgs on the Law Memo portal site.
Employment law blawg featuring retired law professor's discussions on various issues of interest, often focusing on recent case law. This is one of eight employment- (and U.S. Supreme Court-) related blawgs on the Law Memo portal site.
This is a wide-ranging, clear and concise employment blawg, summarizing recent articles of interest by various authors. It is written for the practitioner by a retired law professor. This is one of eight employment- (and U.S. Supreme Court-) related blawgs on the Law Memo portal site.