Concurring Opinions is a general-interest blawg.
Covers "all things about credit and bankruptcy." The blog features discussions and debates about "what does happen and what should happen when consumers and businesses borrow money."
"Each blog post: (a) identifies cases that address technology mishaps (either through negligence, ethical lapses in judgment, too much reliance on outside counsel and vendors, or fraud); (b) exposes the specific conduct that caused a problem; (c) explains how and why the conduct was improper; and (d) offers suggestions on how to learn from these mistakes and prevent similar ones from reoccurring."
"Seeks to provide an open forum for academics, medical professionals, policy makers, journalists, lawyers, students and concerned citizens as we, as a country, attempt to navigate the imperative of health care reform."
The blog's title stands for Journal of Things We Like (Lots). In posts, law professors evaluate the latest and greatest legal scholarship in their respective disciplines.
This blawg is about "law, technology, society."
Posts note labor law-related scholarship, cover labor law developments and court rulings, and report new appointments to governmental and academic labor law positions.