"My blog is a personal blog and is not directly connected with my law practice (although I may draw upon my professional experiences, as well as my personal experiences, in writing my blog posts). I want to provide a forum where I can comment from time to time on the law and other issues that interest me, and may be of interest to others. ... I'm here to have fun, and maybe, occasionally, either educate myself or someone else."
"Current developments in banking and finance law."
A regularly updated blog covering banking law news and issues. The blog is part of the Law Professor Blogs Network.
Posts cover actions of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.; Maine financial institutions in the news; and mortgage lending.
Bankruptcy and debtor issues.
This blawg provides "up-to-date information on bankruptcy, reorganization and creditors' rights."
"Provides an inside view into the latest corporate bankruptcies, companies headed for trouble and emerging trends in bankruptcy law, distressed investing and corporate restructuring."
"An inside look at companies in trouble." Posts cover U.S. bankruptcy courts as well as sales, settlements and other legal actions in ongoing bankruptcy cases.
Posts cover actions of the nation's federal bankruptcy courts, U.S. Tax Court rulings, bankruptcy-related rulings in federal appellate courts, and actions of the Advisory Committee on Bankruptcy Rules for the Judicial Conference.
"The Bankruptcy Blog NJ is dedicated to discussing all types of financial matters and difficulties, both for individuals and for businesses."
Discussing the relative merits of Chapter 7, Chapter 11, and Chapter 13 bankruptcy and other related information.
"Commentary and analysis on current events and issues in large and mid-market Chapter 11 cases."
Bankruptcy Law Network has information about bankruptcy laws and credit problems for the general public.
"A way to pass on my hard-won knowledge and understanding of the way things work in bankruptcy court." Posts cover consumer bankruptcy law.
Posts answer questions that a potential bankruptcy client might have.
Rants and reflections about bankruptcy law, debt, credit and our society.
"Articles of interest largely related to the economic well-being and rights of individuals and families."
"The Bankruptcy-RealEstate-Insights.com blog explains the mysteries of bankruptcy law to real estate and acquisition lawyers. Understanding the treatment of real estate issues in bankruptcy and the unique aspects of buying assets out of bankruptcy can be invaluable in counseling clients and developing strategies."
"A comprehensive news and analysis portal for Indian legal professionals." Posts focus on India legal news, including legal process outsourcing news.
"Examining a student's needs for the bar exam."
"One definition of superhero that I found during bar prep was that a superhero is 'an exceptionally skillful or successful person." I couldn't find a better description of what every student who fights their way through the perils and dangers of bar prep are. So I dubbed myself a Bar Exam Superhero, even going as far as to wear T-shirts showing my motto during the exam. This website is designed to help you become your own bar exam superhero and join the Epic Superhero Quorum (ESQ). This site contains superhero basic training information, including stress management plans, encouragement, and stories from battle-worn heroes of all backgrounds. This site also contains battle strategies, like scheduling advice, essay approaches, and other information."
Posts offer tips on how to cope with the particular stressors that accompany preparing for the bar exam as well as practical advice about how to study.
"Helpful information" about innovations in technology and business and other news of interest to legal researchers.
"Irreverent critique of developments in European Union, U.S. and Australian 'new technology' law."
This blawg provides information about how to prepare for the bar examination and commentary about related issues in legal education. The blawg occasionally posts news about the bar examination in the United States and about admission to the bar in foreign countries.