"On who crime affects and how it's trending."
Posts feature the latest crime and law enforcement news in the Dallas Morning News coverage area.
"Crime in the Bay Area and beyond."
This Kansas City Star blog is a place to receive comprehensive crime news information, crime prevention tips and crime analysis about the Kansas City area. It will present both local and national crime data to report crime trends affecting us all.
"Trails, travails and decision points in law, politics and culture in America."
"Commentary on deals and the dealmakers behind them." This is a continuously updated site providing legal and mergers & acquisitions news.
The blog is an outgrowth of DRI's monthly magazine for the defense bar. Like the magazine, the blog is specifically aimed at lawyers who defend the interests of businesses and individuals in civil litigation.
"Covers domain name policy and disputes, internet governance, privacy, digital IP, online contracting and marketing—with an emphasis on case developments."
Blog posts explore the snippets and details of crime cases that may not make it into the Cedar Rapids newspaper.
"Features opinionated but civil coverage of legal news, tips, and decisions as well as news with a local, practical focus for Los Angeles lawyers. It is a blog for lawyers by lawyers."
"Covers the Endangered Species Act, wetlands and takings: implementation of the ESA by the Fish and Wildlife Service and National Marine Fisheries Service, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers‘ management of the Clean Water Act Section 404 regulatory program, and the interpretation of those laws by the federal courts."
"The website offers blog post about developments at the European Commission, European Courts and Parliament, as well as national reports on new legislation and thought-provoking court cases."
Posts "highlight recent cases and issues involving the Federal Rules of Evidence and other topical evidence matters. Topics range from the attorney-client privilege rule (FRE 502), electronic, Internet and expert evidence issues, confrontation clause, pending rule amendments, legislation, privilege issues, recent noteworthy cases and other issues, practical tips, 'Supreme Court Watch' entries and more."
Posts answer the legal questions raised by crime and courts stories in recent headlines.
"Covers the latest happenings at FindLaw.com, including new features, interesting statistics and site 'how-to' topics."
This blog from Canada’s National Post covers law firm news from Canada, the U.S. and the U.K. But its authors also delight in writing cheeky posts about oddball law stories from all over the world.
Most posts cover corporate finance litigation; occasional posts discuss the U.S. Supreme Court or note issues of interest to the individual investor.
Young practicing lawyers in Maryland and Washington, D.C., share their experiences starting out in the legal profession and balancing work and family life. They also post about whatever other news or topics—law-related or otherwise—they want to cover.
GELR Online is a student-run online legal publication, which complements GELR’s print version published through Georgetown University Law Center. With new content published five times per week, the website features student-authored notes and short articles addressing contemporary legal issues related to domestic and international environmental law.
This blog advises prospective law students on law school application strategies.
Posts cover career and lifestyle topics for law students and young attorneys.
"Keeping an eye on the radical right."
Posts analyze the constitutionality of the provisions of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and of the possible outcomes of United States Department of Health and Human Services v. State of Florida and National Federation of Independent Business v. Kathleen Sebelius, which will be argued before the U.S. Supreme Court from March 26-28.
"The source for legal industry news, market trends and Hildebrandt Institute events."
"Houston Legal Links" posts bundle legal stories from the Houston Chronicle and other sources; posts by the author round up disciplinary actions against Houston lawyers, news from the Texas State Bar and critique other coverage of legal news.