Posts cover interesting cases of first impression throughout the country; the constitutionality of institutions' laws and policies; and op-eds on controversies in the news.
"Tips and comments for veterans and their families as they try to get Veterans Administration service-connected disability compensation benefits from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs."
"The focus of this blog is the federal judicial power. But anything broadly related to law is fair game."
News, information and commentary about law and technology relating to China.
News and updates about happenings at American University's Washington College of Law.
"Developments and in-depth articles on estate planning and taxation, asset protection, business succession planning, fiduciary issues, high-net-worth families and family offices, insurance, investments, marketing, multigenerational values, philanthropy and retirement benefits."
"Musings of a techie lawyer."
"Happenings at the Blake Law Center."
Covers news, prosecutions, investigations, settlements and issues relating to white-collar crime.
Several daily posts cover news, legislation and scholarship relating to wills, trusts and estates. Upcoming conferences are also noted.
Posts share insights from quantitative legal research on corporate law, capital markets, finance, and mergers & acquisitions as well as the debate about what law schools need to do to produce "practice-ready" graduates and "practice-ready" scholarship.
Posts cover news about the law school, legal education an legal policy, or sometimes just discuss Chicago or Northwestern Wildcats sports teams.
"Seeks to infuse dignity and respect into workplace relationships by discussing current trends in employment and labor law and discussing how alternative dispute resolution mechanisms can help to bring peace in times of industrial conflict."
Posts note labor law-related scholarship, cover labor law developments and court rulings, and report new appointments to governmental and academic labor law positions.
"Legal writing, legal analysis, statutory interpretation, persuasive writing, and brief writing. A blog formerly about Washington law, now about everything, with a focus on civil litigation and recent cases. I have no responsibilities here whatsoever.”