"More than occasional commentary on tax law, legal education, the First Amendment, religion, and law generally, with sporadic attempts to connect all of this to genealogy, theology, music, model trains, and chocolate chip cookies."
Features news, issues and analysis related to media law topics.
Posts take note of life-support disputes in the news, discuss scholarship from critical care ethicists and explore the legality and ethics of patients' different end-of-life options.
This blawg covers copyright and Internet law issues that arise in Canada.
"The blog follows the general subject of migration by sea from Africa to or towards Europe and other significant maritime migration routes which end in the European Union, such as Turkey to Greece and Albania to Italy. The blog focuses on the subjects of maritime immigration enforcement, rescue at sea, and refugee and migrant rights and protections. Significant maritime migration events elsewhere in the world are noted from time to time."
"This blog is dedicated to news and commentary about work and employment relations. Dignity at work, workplace bullying, employment & labor law, and psychologically healthy work environments are recurring themes."
A blog devoted to the development of Catholic legal theory.
"The art of winning an unfair academic game."
Posts cover "42 U.S.C. section 1983, perhaps the most important federal civil rights statute, and on constitutional law (especially the First Amendment), the teaching of constitutional law and other law-related topics."
"Thoughts on constitutional rights and remedies, discrimination, race, identity, culture, and commodification." Some posts also note scholarship written by the author and others or discuss online privacy issues.
Nancy Rapoport's Blogspot has information about "all sorts of things—governance in higher education and in law firms, bankruptcy ethics, popular culture and the law, Enron and other corporate fiascos, professional responsibility generally, movies, ballroom and Latin dancing" and anything else that gets the author's attention.
Covers state and federal legislation related to gaming and American Indian tribes, as well as tribal government news and information about relevant law conferences.
The Neuroethics and Law Blog is an "interdisciplinary forum for legal and ethical issues related to the brain and cognition."
News and commentary on the New York Court of Appeals, the Supreme Court of the United States, and more.
"Witty analysis of the latest cases and developments in the law as they impact New York (and the rest of the world)."
"Partly a Scalia fansite, partly my own musings on constitutional law, the court's work product, and other issues that provoke me."
"Another law blog, dedicated to old law stuff, mostly."
Litigation involving nonprofit and tax-exempt organizations (such as religious groups), regulations affecting them, and academic papers related to charity governance and philantrhopy law.
"Information on criminal defense law issues, Ohio OVI case law information, and thought-leadership content on constitutional law topics and news."
"A forum for informed discussion and lively debate about international law and international relations. The Opinio Juris team of authors holds a wide range of views from across the political spectrum and brings a range of experience from their pre-academic careers in government, private legal practice and the NGO community. We encourage civil and respectful dialogue among our bloggers, readers (who may post comments), and guest-bloggers. Our goal is to be both informative and thought-provoking by fostering vigorous intellectual engagement without vitriol. The marketplace of ideas is what we make of it."
"Legal musings, rants, and haiku."
"A blog about arbitration and arbitration law developments."
"A forum for discussion of important, current issues in criminal law and procedure, a place to announce upcoming programs, cases, legislative initiatives, and policy changes, as well as a vehicle for encouraging creative law reform to promote a fair and ethical criminal process. The Pace Criminal Justice Center (PCJC) is an academic criminal law center in New York State. Accordingly, the blog will be sure to address issues, events, cases, and publications that are particularly applicable to New York State’s criminal process. At the same time, coverage will also include national, international, and comparative criminal justice issues, analyzed by experts in the field."
Information and motivation to help readers pass the California bar examination.
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