Law Professor

  • Civil Procedure Prof Blog

    Is a regularly updated blog featuring issues, commentary and discussion related to civil procedure.

  • Clancco

    "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."

  • Class Bias in Higher Education

    This blawg "is devoted to discussion of class bias in higher education. My specific interest is in legal education where most law professors are supplied by a small number of elite schools. I am interested in the manifestations of this bias and solutions. My experience is that the bias affects everything from hiring to acceptable forms of dress and discourse. The dominant characteristic of those in power is a 'sense of entitlement.' "

  • CLS Blue Sky Blog

    "Corporations and the capital markets."

  • Coates’ Canons: NC Local Government Law Blog

    Topics include board structures and procedures; community and economic development; elections; emergency management; ethics and conflicts; finance and tax law; general local government; land use and code enforcement; legislative updates; open government; public health; and property transactions.

  • Comparative Patent Remedies

    "A blog devoted to the comparative law and economics of patent remedies."

  • Computational Legal Studies

    "A blog devoted to law, technology, computation and the future of law practice."

  • Concurring Opinions

    Concurring Opinions is a general-interest blawg.

  • Constitutional Law Prof Blog

    "Tracks and analyzes cases, current developments, and scholarship in constitutional law, with a particular eye toward teaching constitutional law." Daily posts cover congressional authority, federalism and legislative action at the state and federal levels related to interpretation of the U.S. Constitution.

  • Consumer Law & Policy Blog

    Hosted by Public Citizen's Consumer Justice Project, this group blog focuses on consumer law and policy from the consumer's point of view. The banking industry has been the focus of many recent entries.

  • content and carrier

    This is a blawg on European electronic communications and digital media law.

  • ContractsProf Blog

    Covers news, cases, legal education and limericks mainly relating to the realm of contracts.

  • Corporate Law and Governance

    "The latest news and development concerning corporate law and governance from the UK and beyond."

  • Counterfeit Chic

    Counterfeit Chic covers intellectual property law as it intersects with the world of fashion. It covers not only legal and political developments, but also "why both technological efforts and the social norms of the fashion industry continue to be more effective than law in supporting creativity."

  • Credit Slips

    Covers "all things about credit and bankruptcy." The blog features discussions and debates about "what does happen and what should happen when consumers and businesses borrow money."

  • Crime & Consequences

    This victims' rights blog's posts often focus on events or policies that interfere with the swift meting out of criminal justice measures. They also cover criminal cases before the U.S. Supreme court and studies with public policy implications related to criminal justice.

  • crImmigration

    Posts analyze the latest developments in law and policy regarding the immigration consequences of criminal violations. The blawg summarizes and provides links to recent opinions by the Board of Immigration Appeals, federal district and appeals courts, and the U.S. Supreme Court.

  • CrimProf Blog

    Features news, information, course materials, scholarship and research primarily for those teaching criminal law.

  • CYB3RCRIM3

    "Observations on technology, law and lawlessness." Posts take note of laws related to computer-based crime, issues that arise with digital evidence in criminal cases, and how lawyers and jurors can commit ethical breaches through their use of technology.

  • C|M|LAW Faculty Blog

    "This blog highlights news, events, media coverage, and other activities of C|M|LAW faculty."

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