This blawg focuses on the U.S. Supreme Court and the political and legal role it plays in the federal government.
Posts "track vital advancements in the legal domain and the constitutional design of India. The goal of the site is to make these and other resources available to those involved in the field of law."
"Living in the law school, and occasionally Tulsa, Okla."
"For students at Boston College Law School." There is a public blawg as well as a "members only" section only accessible by the Boston College students and faculty.
"News and commentary on IP litigation in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan."
Posts relate to the federal estate tax.
"The purpose of this blog is to explore the business and legal culture of China. In 1881 Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr. wrote, 'The life of the law has not been logic; it has been experience.' Each time I read a U.S. court decision, Holmes' quote flashes through my mind. In China, the rule is the same, but the experience is different. Here's to broadening the experience."
"Entertainment and fashion industry on a legal and business catwalk."
"Mostly about the experience of law school, but readers will also find posts on the development of their legal careers, the opportunities and pitfalls of the law, current events, politics and media."
"Tomorrow's legal scholars ... today."
"The goal of the 'Fruits of the Poisonous Tree' blog is to provide a forum where visitors can connect with me in an open discourse about law-related topics."
"I’ll write about a lot of things: law school and the ensuing hilarity, life lessons, and general happenings. You’re welcome to join me on my adventure. I hope this is becomes a way to spread the encouragement and entertainment, dispel the mystery surrounding the hallowed halls of law school, and as a way for my friends to keep in touch (or at least feel less like I've disappeared)."
"First of its kind website to monitor developments in India's gaming laws and urge for reforms in the archaic gaming laws prohibiting almost all forms of wagers."
Game Dev Law is focused on collecting and outlining legal information that relates to video game development. It provides insight and advice on issues in the game development world and information for developers who may not have the legal education they need.
"Seeks to provide an open forum for academics, medical professionals, policy makers, journalists, lawyers, students and concerned citizens as we, as a country, attempt to navigate the imperative of health care reform."
"a twenty-something guy trying to make it ... from 0L to 3L."
"Keeping up with the latest in intellectual property law from across the U.S."
Features mainly student-written articles from members of the University of Illinois College of Law's Business Law Society.
"Impunity Watch’s mission is to monitor and address horrific human rights abuses and possible situations of impunity. Whether the atrocities committed are acts of discrimination, acts of human trafficking such as the forced labor or sexual exploitation of individuals, the denial of access to food and water, acts of genocide, or other violations of fundamental human rights, those who commit these inhumane acts should be held accountable and brought to justice. Impunity Watch will be in the forefront creating awareness of these tragedies."
"Reviews on law of Indonesia, legislations, regulations and policies affecting your business in Indonesia."
"Covers pressing intellectual property, privacy, technology and related legal issues."
This blawg keeps tabs on the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, devours and analyzes draft reports on gene patents, and speculates on what the Obama administration will mean to patent law.
"Neurotic law school grad assimilating into society, one day at a time."
"A 'pre' professional blog of a Law Student. Written professionally about law school from a student's perspective, with emphasis on sharing experiences with fellow and prospective students. Updated weekly. Topics include tips, popular study topics, and the occasional personal anecdote."
Posts cover events at Washington and Lee University School of Law, news related to offshore drilling and actions by the Environmental Protection Agency.