"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.
Analytical and philosophical posts cover criminal justice writ large: misconceptions about the rate of violent crime, how to fix the jury system, “overcriminalization” and the high rate of incarceration in the U.S.
"So it shall be written ... so it shall be done!"
Blog discusses civil litigation in the District of Columbia, including Court of Appeals cases, legislative news and judicial nomination updates.
"Unraveling the tangled world of divorce and family law in Texas."
"Thoughts (and rants)" about criminal justice news, litigation and legislation in Texas and beyond. Some posts are essays on personal topics.
"Timely commentary on all things e-law, including what to make of current news events, how to implement change in your organization, and what steps to take to prevent legal liability."
"Musings on commercial real estate transactions and law in Chicago and beyond."
"Get all the 'dirt' on Kentucky, Tennessee and Southern Indiana real estate law."
"News and articles regarding disability insurance benefits and the claims process, including general legal information pertinent to those suffering from a disability."
Posts discuss issues a divorce client might face as well as the lawyers' experiences practicing family law.
"Divorce in Massachusetts and beyond, child custody, child support, alimony, and related matters. Emphasis on divorce mediation and collaborative divorce as alternatives to costly litigation."
"Breaking stories and noteworthy information from the Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly newsroom. If it impacts Massachusetts lawyers, we’ll be blogging about it here."
The site is described as a "Litblog Where Magical Realism Thrives."
Labor and employment issues for employers in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware. Posts cover actions of the National Labor Relations Board, critique corporations' social media policies and discuss how much the law protects trade secrets.
The Faculty Blog posts articles and observations by scholars associated with the University of Chicago Law School and links to the related The Faculty Podcast.
The goal of the blawg is to cover every published opinion from a federal court of appeals that is a criminal defense victory.
"The blog focuses primarily on issues surrounding structured settlements and their applications in the resolution of personal injury litigation."
"Posts cover a variety of topics related to severe personal injury and wrongful death and feature cases and tell the stories and lessons we’ve learned that can help prevent bodily injuries and wrongful death."
"Jury selection is a critically important process and that it can be maddeningly difficult. We walk a tightrope over a minefield trying to find jurors who can be truly open-minded; people who will open up their hearts and minds to hear our client’s case. And we know from experience that in order for true justice to prevail, the jury that decides the case must be nothing less than omni exceptione majores—above all challenge."
"A look at environmental and land use law in Florida and across the country, considering private property rights, growth management, comprehensive planning, environmental law, and strategies for landowners."
"A blog focusing on decisions from the Florida appellate courts and 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals."
The Florida Probate Litigation Blog says it quickly posts probate-related appellate decisions in Florida. It also links to news stories and blog posts about probate law.
This blawg posts news anecdotes detailing accusations of fraud and discrimination.
"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."