Legal Theory Blog says it contains "all the theory that fits." It posts links to articles in law reviews and elsewhere that discuss constitutional and legal theory.
Posts are devoted to legal writing news, issues, war stories and continuing education opportunities.
This blawg is dedicated to "making legal writing clear, correct and direct." Posts cover the latest court rules regarding word limits and page limits, as well as the use of cites, footnotes and dates. He even entertains debate about the serial comma.
"News and views about philosophy, the academic profession, academic freedom, intellectual culture ... and a bit of poetry."
Posts cover mergers & acquisitions activity, M&A rulings and analyses of those rulings, the contract process, private transactions and insider trading.
This is the blog of the Dean of The University of Detroit Mercy School of Law.
"Provides permanent resources, links, and daily news and information on class actions and mass torts."
This blawg provides links to government reports and new Web developments, but mostly posts information for Hamline University School of Law students and faculty.
Features news, issues and analysis related to media law topics.
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."
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.
The Neuroethics and Law Blog is an "interdisciplinary forum for legal and ethical issues related to the brain and cognition."
"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."
Features news, cases, books and analysis relating to poverty law.
The authors post about books and papers, law school job openings, concerns of working professors, and "a variety of topics related to law and life."
ProfessorBainbridge.com offers a potpourri of posts mainly about corporate law. But Stephen Bainbridge isn't averse to expressing his opinions about social issues, religion and politics.
Covers news, issues and developments in property law, mainly for a legal education audience.
"Law, politics, philosophy."
This blog offers thorough discussions of how the Internet age affects both intellectual property and false advertising law, as well as analysis of recent related cases.
Covers corporate law news, issues and regulatory developments relating to securities law.
Several posts per day, keep “sentencing fans” updated on the latest news stories, commentary, cert grants, rulings, argument transcripts, research and scholarship on criminal penalties.
Split Circuits is dedicated to tracking developments concerning splits among the federal circuit courts.