"Content ranges from relevant legal issues in the law, issues involving school, humor with a legal twist and many other aspects of my daily life that I find relevant to the law."
"This blog is dedicated to the U.K. Supreme Court. The U.K. Supreme Court is the U.K.'s highest court; its judgments bind lower courts and thus shape the development of English Law. Since 1399, the Law Lords, the judges of the most senior court in the country, have sat within Parliament. From October 2009, however, they have moved to an independent court in the Middlesex Guildhall. To mark this historic development, this blog has been set up to provide commentary on the U.K. Supreme Court and its judgments."
"The idea behind United Students Federation is to provide a platform to the Pakistani students from all over the country and abroad to unite and raise their voice against all the social evils and spread political awareness among the masses."
“The goal of the blog is to further legal scholarship through shorter, quicker, discussion-based discourse by contributors with practical experience, and to allow more student contributors to build domain expertise and be published in their profession.”
Summaries of Utah Court of Appeals and of Utah Supreme Court decisions in criminal cases.
Summaries of Utah Court of Appeals and of Utah Supreme Court decisions in family law cases.
"Another blog by another anonymous law student in an attempt to make sense of this thing called law school."
A group blog featuring law students sharing advice and musings about what they know now and how they would do things differently.
"Reviews recent scholarship on patent law, intellectual property theory, and innovation."‹ First < 4 5 6