Legislation & Lobbying

  • Law & Beyond

    "Legal news and analysis of current U.S. and foreign events." Discusses financial, international and corporate law.

  • Law & Industry Daily

    "Reports on U.S. civil courts, government regulation and public policy."

  • Law Blog of William L. Pfeifer, Jr.

    Posts discuss criminal law, family law, and appeals, specifically in Alabama.

  • Law of the Game

    "Video games, gambling, and other legal discussions. Your source for video game law."

  • Law Offices of David Michael Cantor

    Blog discusses criminal defense, Supreme Court decisions, DUI laws, constitutional law, immigration law and current events. Occasionally has video podcasts.

  • Lawful Libations

    Posts aim at keeping in the wine, beer and spirits industries apprised of legal developments that may affect their businesses.

  • Lawyers, Guns & Money

    Presidential politics, U.S. foreign policy, economic issues.

  • Le·gal In·sur·rec·tion

    National politics and national news events from a conservative's viewpoint.

  • Legal Updates Blog

    "Tracks legal developments on civil rights, employment, labor, and privacy rights among others. The blog follows state and federal cases and pending legislation."

  • LegalEase

    Posts about personal injury issues, hot topics in the news and pending legislation.

  • Legally Present

    "Law-infused news, entertainment, politics and humor."

  • LegalTXTS

    "LegalTXTS reports on the latest developments in law and technology, with an emphasis on legal issues regarding digital media, privacy and data security, and information management."

  • Lex Scripta

    The official blog of the Dallas Association of Law Librarians, a chapter of the American Association of Law Libraries.

  • Likelihood of Success

    A potpourri of legal and nonlegal topics of general interest. As the blawg itself puts it: “Likelihood of success on the merits” — 'likelihood of success' for short — is a term used by courts to describe one of the factors considered when evaluating whether to grant a preliminary injunction: In order to merit the 'unusual' remedy of preliminary relief, the party that wants the injunction has to be able to convince the court, on a preliminary basis — meaning before the record is fully developed — that one of the reasons it is entitled to temporary relief is that it will probably win the case anyway."

  • Locke Lord ADMARK Buzz

    Blog discusses trademark, copyright and advertising law, including verdicts and settlements; recent legislation, both national and international; and analysis of important cases.

  • Lori G. Levin

    Blog discusses criminal, juvenile and mental health issues, primarily in Illinois. Many posts focus on new trends in criminal and juvenile law issues including decisions from the Illinois Appellate and Supreme Courts as well as the U.S. Supreme Court.

  • Lowering the Bar

    "Legal humor. Seriously." Daily posts feature legal, political and criminal justice stories in the news that seem too outlandish to be true.

  • Malatesta Law Offices

    "Blog discusses the law in general, Illinois law, and more specifically civil law in Illinois."

  • Marchman Act Blog

    The blawg carries news about Florida's Marchman Act, a law that allows family members of substance abusers to petition courts for an assessment and treatment. The authors also cover the law and studies regarding drug and alcohol use and the courts' treatment of addicts.

  • Massachusetts Law Updates

    "From the Massachusetts trial court law libraries."

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