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."
Law professor-bloggers exchange ideas, concerns, and opinions concerning the future of legal education. Posts also cover news from the Association of American Law Schools.
Discusses entertainment law with a strong focus on intellectual property cases.
"A whimsical look at law and politics."
"The blog devoted to blog law—that is, the legal aspects of blogging. Topics include blog-related intellectual property law, Internet regulation, defamation, and censorship, as well as how blogs are used as evidence and authority in the courts."
"Abstracts to articles, faculty discussion, posting syllabi for classes and more."
"Provides news and views on matters of interest to the Brooklyn Law School community."
"Discussions on clinical education, justice and legal reform."
"A blog featuring recent research, particularly on medieval plea rolls. Mostly medieval legal history."
This blog highlights academic job openings and covers salaries of professors, salaries of recent law school graduates, recent law review articles and other law school news. It can also be counted on to come up with its own rankings of law schools and law reviews.
Discussions by academics of business law and policy. "A Member of the Law Professor Blogs Network."
"Thoughts on recent Ninth Circuit and California appellate cases."
Posts cover developments in corporate and securities law—mostly the latest in California, but also federal law.
"My work explores innnovative ways to support conflict resolution knowledge and skill development, with recent efforts focused on the use of technology and the world wide web," and this is reflected on the blawg, which discusses various conflict resolution-related topics.
This is the blawg of the Katherine R. Everett Law Library at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
"Meant to keep the public informed and knowledgeable about all things fashionably law and legally fashionable."
Posts provide commentary on law and religion issues in the news and around the Web, highlight new books in law and religion, and note news around the world of those who find themselves on the wrong side of the law in their nation when they practice their religion or express their religious views.
News and analysis concerning the treatment of children in our legal system and society.
"The blog aims to provide access to information, news and events related to IP development in China."
The goals of the blog are to facilitate communication between Chinese and foreign legal professionals by offering high-quality free translations of legal documents to and from Chinese; create a centralized platform for collaborative translation and for sharing existing translations to avoid duplicative efforts and reate a forum for discussing and standardizing translation of common terms.
Covers developments in Chinese law, especially related to American practitioners and the legal profession.
Is a regularly updated blog featuring issues, commentary and discussion related to civil procedure.
"The aim of Clancco.com is to explore, investigate, and examine the relationship between art and law. With an educational background in art, art theory, and law, Clancco’s expertise lies in the discourses of intellectual property, nonprofit tax-exempt organizations, free speech and contemporary art. Through articles, interviews, lectures and symposiums, we aim to disseminate this information to art and legal professionals as well as to students from educational institutions at all levels."1 2 3 > Last ›