Covers issues and information meant for adjunct law professors and labor / union law stories in the news.
Blog discusses the life of a law school student.
Covers law, politics and the general musings of law professor Ann Althouse.
A regularly-updated blawg featuring aviation law news and commentary.
A regularly updated blog covering banking law news and issues. The blog is part of the Law Professor Blogs Network.
Posts analyze bar exam results, state by state. Other site resources graph rates of bar passage as well as scholarship offers and tuition ups and downs at the nation’s law schools.
Posts provide law students with meaningful connections to practicing professionals, job resources, relevant programming, and practical skills competitions.
Law professor-bloggers exchange ideas, concerns, and opinions concerning the future of legal education. Posts also cover news from the Association of American Law Schools.
"The result of one associate's nonbillable time."
"Abstracts to articles, faculty discussion, posting syllabi for classes and more."
"Discussions on clinical education, justice and legal reform."
This blog highlights academic job openings and covers salaries of professors, salaries of recent law school graduates, recent law review articles and other law school news. It can also be counted on to come up with its own rankings of law schools and law reviews.
This blawg covers technology issues affecting legal researchers and provides information about symposia on this topic.
"Thoughts on recent Ninth Circuit and California appellate cases."
Covers developments in Chinese law, especially related to American practitioners and the legal profession.
Is a regularly updated blog featuring issues, commentary and discussion related to civil procedure.
"The Cocky Law Blawg was established in 2006 by the Coleman Karesh Law Library at the University of South Carolina School of Law. The blawg is intended to keep all students, faculty, and staff aware of legal news, legal resources, library information, legal research and writing class information, and other research tips."
Concurring Opinions is a general-interest blawg.
"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.
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.
Covers news, cases, legal education and limericks mainly relating to the realm of contracts.
Posts cover credit, bankruptcy, consumers and financial institutions.
Features news, information, course materials, scholarship and research primarily for those teaching criminal law.
"The UNAUTHORIZED blogger collective for the University of Colorado Law School."
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