States

Wind Power Law Blog

"Focuses on wind energy legal developments, especially regarding land use and zoning law, environmental concerns, and judicial and regulatory actions. This blog emphasizes wind energy developments in New York."

Windypundit

This blawgger opines on Illinois statutes, law-related current events, links to content on other legal blawgs he finds interesting. He'll also write the occasional movie review and post his photography.

Wintter & Associates P.A. Blog

Posts cover topics in probate, estate law and elder law for Florida residents and lawyers.

Wired Legal Blog

"Wired Legal Blog is an intellectual property law blog that focuses on the convergence of creativity and law. This also includes brand protection, technology whether new, old or organic as well as arts and antiquities."

WisBlawg - From the UW Law Library

Legal research and Internet news and information with an emphasis on Wisconsin.

Wisconsin Appellate Law

"Monitors appellate law developments of interest to the business community in Wisconsin. We track the Wisconsin appellate courts — Supreme Court and Court of Appeals — the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit and, when relevant, the U.S. Supreme Court. We follow the court’s calendar throughout its term and report and comment on decisions, including how the decisions may impact Wisconsin businesses."

Wisconsin Business and Commercial Litigation

"All Wisconsin business and commercial litigation, all the time. Geographically limited to issues and events that arise in Wisconsin courts, federal and/or state. No criminal, no family, no trusts and estates. Just litigation and trial issues, primarily business related."

Wisconsin Criminal Defense Blog

The blog focuses on criminal defense issues and the rights of convicted felons in the state of Wisconsin.

Wisconsin Employment & Labor Law Blog

Devoted to labor and employment issues in Wisconsin and at the federal level.

Wisconsin Personal Injury Blog

The authors blog about personal injury cases in Wisconsin, including traffic law, product recalls and workplace injury hazards.

Wisconsin Personal Injury Lawyers Blog

For attorneys practicing personal injury law in Wisconsin and consumers.

Word on the Streeterville

Posts cover news about the law school, legal education an legal policy, or sometimes just discuss Chicago or Northwestern Wildcats sports teams.

Words of Conveyance

A blog covering the various aspects of real estate law in Virginia, including foreclosure, inheritance, bankruptcy and property liability.

Work Comp Roundup

Posts several times a day about risk management and the workers compensation process, to reduce costs for companies. Includes both U.S. and international laws.

Work Matters

"All things related to labor and employment law, weaving in references to the classics, business literature and current events."

Working The Law: News and Views on Employment Issues

"Views and news on Massachusetts and federal employment law."

Wright & Weiner

Consumer-oriented posts cover personal injury and criminal justice issues in Las Vegas.

Wynn & Wynn

Posts cover Massachusetts law as far as fault in a car accident, DUI and incorporating small businesses.

Y’all Politics

"Y'all Politics is the definitive site on politics and law in Mississippi."

YKA Criminal Law Blog

Posts address news and topics in criminal defense in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.

Young Klein & Associates

Posts cover criminal law and criminal cases in the news in Pennsylvania and elsewhere.

Your Community Resource: Washington State DUI and Criminal Traffic Blog

"A discussion of Washington state DUI, criminal traffic law issues and DUI news, etc."

Your First Report

"An insurance defense blog where Maine employers, insurers, third party administrators and their attorneys can come together to discuss the latest issues relating to this area of practice."

Zen Lawyer Seattle

"Patrick discusses his thoughts on personal injury practice. He believes all trials are plays, and a personal injury case is a 'tragedy.' Among his blog discussion is his theory gleaned from Aristotle in Poetics that tragedy at its highest level involves the audience (jury) in a universal cause-and-effect action where the jury pities the hero (plaintiff) and fears the adversity (injury) could happen to them. A catharsis takes place as the jury provides for fairness by way of a verdict."

Ziff Blog

"A blog mostly about Washington law, with a focus on civil litigation and recent cases. I have no responsibilities here whatsoever."