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.
Features news, information, course materials, scholarship and research primarily for those teaching criminal law.
"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.
"This blog highlights news, events, media coverage, and other activities of C|M|LAW faculty."
"Commentary on deals and the dealmakers behind them." This is a continuously updated site providing legal and mergers & acquisitions news.
Features news, commentary and analysis of a variety of mainly legal and political topics mixed with personal musings.
Economics, law tidbits and news of the weird.
"Deconstruction is justice."
"Comments, discussion, and analysis of issues and stories dealing with labor and employment law."
Posts feature musings on law, politics and economics by Cornell Law School professor Michael Dorf and some of his law professor friends.
"Each blog post: (a) identifies cases that address technology mishaps (either through negligence, ethical lapses in judgment, too much reliance on outside counsel and vendors, or fraud); (b) exposes the specific conduct that caused a problem; (c) explains how and why the conduct was improper; and (d) offers suggestions on how to learn from these mistakes and prevent similar ones from reoccurring."
"News and commentary on IP litigation in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan."
"Putting knowledge into practice."
Covers elder law, elder care, government resources and related legal news and issues.
"The focus of the EL@M website is election administration - laws dealing with voter registration, voter ID, early and absentee voting, provisional balloting, poll workers and polling place procedures, recounts and election contests, and other related issues."
Closely covers the law of politics, including election law, campaign finance, legislation, voting rights, initiatives, redistricting, and U.S. Supreme Court nominations. Tracks election administration mishaps, financing issues and election snafus.
"The ELS blog serves as an online forum to discuss and provide links for emerging empirical legal scholarship, provide conference updates, discuss empirical claims that have emerged in public and political discourse, facilitate discussion for guest empirical scholars and assess current empirical findings and methodologies."
Posts cover policy, regulation and enforcement issues concerning environmental law, climate change, oil wells, Caribbean reefs and waste management.
Posts cover international law, legal scholarship and constitutional originalism.
Every weekday, law professors post on the very latest rulings regarding the admissibility of evidence in criminal cases and what sorts of lines of questioning should be permitted at criminal trials. They also note differences between the federal rules of evidence and the rules of various states. Occasionally, they will comment on whether they think courts have reached the right outcomes in these evidence cases or note fishy behavior by prosecutors.
"Perhaps little more than my own often-conflicted views about what the 'right' democracy is." Posts discuss election law and legal education topics.
"Designed to cover laws, cases, and news relating to what can be generally grouped under the heading "unfair competition." Specifically, the blog covers trade secrets, restrictive covenants (such as noncompetition agreements and nonsolicitation agreements), privacy."
Covers family law related news and issues, including marriage, divorce, adoption, child abuse, domestic violence and reproductive issues.
Op-eds and first-person posts on criminal law topics and coverage of appellate criminal decisions.
Posts cover Foreign Corrupt Practices Act enforcement actions, news, and analysis. Lawyers who have participated in FCPA cases sometimes contribute guest posts; and lawyers from other nations—such as the United Kingdom and Australia—contribute posts focusing on their own countries' regulation.