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."
Posts tell readers which tech gadgets and applications are worthwhile to use in law practice or law school.
Tex Parte is Texas Lawyer’s daily blog covering the Lone Star State’s legal community. Posts alert readers about profession-related events and cover state district attorneys' offices, federal and state court decisions, comings and goings at Texas-based law firms and the State Bar of Texas, and profile of Texas lawyers and law students with stories to tell.
"Featuring the lawyers and legal professionals of Texas."
Churns out original BigLaw coverage from dawn to dusk every business day, and they also never fail to focus on how national and world news might affect the Am Law 200. Posts cover law firm news, new litigation (with a focus on the firms involved), as well as major federal and state court rulings.
"Inside the Rod Blagojevich investigation and related cases." Posts cover news related to the corruption trial of former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich.
"Law and lobbying in the nation's capital." While the BLT's law firm news for the most part stays inside the Beltway, its concise and timely original reporting on all three branches of the federal government gives it national appeal.
"The Bolt is a collection of short comments and updates about new developments in law and technology. Topics include patent, copyright, trademark, and antitrust law, as well as discussions of information privacy, cleantech/greentech, biotech and pharmaceutical issues, and cyberlaw."
The blog has a stated goal of being a "career sherpa" for its readers. Some posts give advice to those who seek success in BigLaw or at least news about BigLaw hiring trends; other posts focus on women in the law and work-life balance issues.
"If you read it here, it's a crime." This is the daily news feed of The Crime Report; "a daily news digest of the best criminal justice reporting from around the country."
"To serve and inform." Washington Post reporters cover crime and the police departments in Washington, D.C., Maryland and Virginia as well as the local courts and federal district and appellate courts in those states.
"Breaking stories and noteworthy information from the Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly newsroom. If it impacts Massachusetts lawyers, we’ll be blogging about it here."
"Comedian Lenny Bruce once said: 'In the halls of justice, the only justice is in the halls.' He may not have been 100 percent accurate, but clearly some of the most interesting legal happenings take place in the halls and beyond. The Gavel goes beyond the courtroom to shine a light on what's really going on in the world of law and lawyers."
"Collects and reports matters of general practice, especially criminal defense and family law."
The Legal Intelligencer is the nation's oldest daily legal newspaper. Covering legal news in Philadelphia and the rest of Pennsylvania, it often features columns by guest authors from the legal profession.
"The official blog of the Hofstra University School of Law Labor & Employment Law Journal."
"An endeavor to encourage the spirit of legal research among legal professionals."
"The Loyola Current is designed to be a highly accessible forum that delivers breaking updates on maritime court decisions, news and commentary."
"Opinions and discussions about law-related topics of interest to lawyers and laypersons alike."
Posts cover the growing number of ways to search for or track and individuals using social media and the Web and raise the questions: Should we protect our privacy, or get used to being more exposed? And where does the law stand? Blogger Kashmir Hill tracks the emerging answers.