Posts cover Canada's law firms, actions of the Supreme Court of Canada and other fascinating cases and decisions in Canadian courts.
"The essential guide to conduct, compliance and competence, and the Legal Services Act."
"Legal Ink Magazine’s mission is to provide new insight into the ever-changing business of law. We hope to provide our readers with the information they need to run their practice more effectively, increase client satisfaction, and better manage their work/life balance."
Legal Pad is the blog of The Recorder and Cal Law, a daily newspaper and website. Head here for all legal industry news stamped California, from quick-witted takes on lawyer comings and goings to fresh perspectives on developments in the law.
"This is the first truly interactive Internet radio network for the legal community. Each show is legal talk radio, highlighting important issues with high-profile lawyers and experts. Get the latest legal news, and connections with colleagues that will help you meet the challenges of a changing legal world." This blawg also says it offers continuing legal education credit for listening to legal news. Programs include Lawyer2Lawyer, The ESI Report, Workers' Comp Matters, Ringler Radio, Law Technology Now, In-House Legal, The Kennedy-Mighell Report, and The Paralegal Voice, The Un-Billable Hour, the Boston University School of Law podcast and Digital Detectives.
Bloggers comment on the legal angles of true stories in the news that are stranger than fiction.
Posts cover business law, legal practice management, big deals, suits and real estate in Canada, and other legal news of interest to Canadian business law lawyers, both in-house and at firms. Some posts briefly summarize Lexpert's subscription-only content.
General legal news focused on issues important in Minnesota.
Posts cover high-profile trials and litigation and missing persons cases.
"A collective law blog run by National Magazine, the legal affairs publication of the Canadian Bar Association."
Posts cover white-collar crime, whistleblower litigation, copyright issues and more.
The author’s daily posts analyze litigation or threats of litigation against large companies.
Legal and business news, largely focused on Maryland in general and Baltimore in particular.
"Discussions and debates about global legal victories, injustices and policies."
PI Buzz is billed as the official blog of PI Magazine, the largest trade publication for private investigators and law enforcement detectives in the U.S. Posts include information on public records access and other ways to access data.
"News at the intersection of technology, politics, and law, ranging from intellectual property to censorship to tech policy."
Posts cover federal and local government policies related to technology and social media; note reports of successful hackings of government websites; and provide information for individuals concerned about their own Internet security and online privacy.
"Crime, courts and legal issues in Milwaukee and throughout Wisconsin." Many daily newspapers have their own police blotter-ish crime blogs that only touch on trials, but this blog of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel really gives Wisconsin’s courts, litigation and lawyer discipline their due.
"Reviewing current legal issues from the law school's region, defined as the Third Circuit, Second Circuit, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Delaware."
Multiple daily posts cover Michigan legal news and symposiums as well as national legal news, litigation trends, and legal ethics issues.
Posts cover bankruptcy-related legislation and rulings from the U.S. Supreme Court, U.S. circuit courts of appeal and the European Court of Justice.
This blawg covers news, court decisions and analysis relating to K-12 education. It is aimed not just at education lawyers but at teachers, school administrators and parents.
Crime and courts news from the Torrance, Calif., area.
This blawg covers the Texas district courts in Jefferson County and Orange County.
"Covers federal courts in Washington, D.C., all appellate circuits, specialized federal courts and any interesting fact pattern that comes along."