Posts include snarky op-eds related to the legal news of the day, columns written by law students and young practicing lawyers about their experiences in the profession, coverage of quirky legal news stories—and a weekly caption contest.
Posts and comments cover the practice of law, individual liberties and legal education with a United Kingdom focus. The author also interviews other lawyers in his podcasts.
The bloggers find the legal angles of trending news stores and share their funny observations.
"Smart conversation about the Constitution." Posts cover cases before the U.S. Supreme Court, and a recent "27 Amendments (in 27 Days)" initiative led to posts about the amendments to the constitution. Blogger Lyle Denniston also writes a "constitution check" series of posts in which he investigates assertions made about the constitution in the media and appellate opinions.
Copyright, trademark and entertainment law news. You can also find here the Entertainment Law Update Podcast, which blogger Tamera Bennett co-hosts with Gordon P. Firemark, who authors Theatre and Entertainment Law.
"Brief audio programs for the public on crime, criminal offenders and the criminal justice system."
An occasional environmental legal news podcast.
"The Equine Law Blog is dedicated to educating the horse industry about laws, legal developments, and 'fine points' in the law that can have important consequences for businesses, associations, companies, nonprofits, and individual horse owners ... We will share information regarding trends in the law affecting the equine industry and practical tips on how to avoid disputes." In addition to blog posts, this blog features a regularly occurring podcast, Horse Tip Daily from Horse Radio Network, in which the blogger appears as an expert.
"This website’s purpose is to make it easier to listen to ideas on electronic discovery, identify national electronic discovery experts and make them more accessible, and provide a forum to find regional electronic discovery experts who are also thought leaders. Some of our shows highlight issues, and others are more general insights into what a particular expert thinks about the field at the time the show was taped."
"Designed to cover laws, cases, and news relating to what can be generally grouped under the heading "unfair competition." Specifically, the blog covers trade secrets, restrictive covenants (such as noncompetition agreements and nonsolicitation agreements), privacy."
Features news and stories primarily relating to family law in the U.K.
"A behind-the-scenes look at the FBI, its jurisdictions, responsibilities, and accomplishments."
Each entry in this podcast series highlights a closed case in which the FBI, often working with local and state police and possibly other federal agencies, solves a crime and makes arrests.
This blawg is dedicated to the KZSU-FM (Stanford University) radio interview show and podcast Hearsay Culture, “an interview talk show that focuses on the intersection of technology and society. How is our world impacted by the great technological changes taking place? Each week, a different sphere is explored.”
An occasional insurance legal news podcast.
Rounds up global intellectual property news. Also found here is the IP Think Tank Podcast.
Posts cover legal news in the United Kingdom and Europe with a slight emphasis on media law.
Posts cover news about law firm members as well as products liability and insurance coverage litigation and interpretation. It also converts selected posts into podcasts.
Entertainment law and copyright news related to stage productions. You can also find here the Entertainment Law Update Podcast, which blogger Gordon P. Firemark co-hosts with Tamera Bennett, who authors Current Trends in Copyright, Trademark & Entertainment Law.
"Delivers regular podcasts to help those considering law school navigate the law school admissions process. Podcasts also cover topics of interest to law students. Topics of podcasts and blog posts include everything from a behind-the-scenes view of the admission process to post-law school job opportunities and current market trends. Guests include deans of law schools, alumni, LSAT test preparation companies, law school admissions authors, law school admissions consultants and more. On each segment, we go in-depth on a particular topic of interest to a law school applicant and interview relevant experts to help make the application application process more efficient and successful and to help law school applicants gain acceptance to the right law school for them."
LawBiz Blog bills itself as "your practical guide to profit." Topics include running a law firm as well as profitably exiting by selling a law practice. It contains advice on law practice management and technology, linking to relevant articles and podcasts. Some of the podcasts are interviews done by blawg author Ed Poll.
"Reports on the colourful goings-on in the legal Twittersphere, hosts the most talented up-and-coming law bloggers, and is home to the #RoundMyKitchenTable podcast with Guardian law columnist Alex Aldridge and corporate lawyer Kevin Poulter. We also meet up every Thursday evening with other lawyers, law students and journalists for drinks at the Rosemary Branch pub in east London."
"Providing case updates, comments and recent news concerning noncompetition agreements throughout the United States."
"An outlet for some geeks in law school." Most posts are episodes of the occasional Legal Geekery Podcast, co-hosted by Joshua Auriemma and Laura Bergus.
"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.