"New and noteworthy Texas health-care liability cases." Posts are generally short summaries of recent health law cases or links to outside articles.
News and developments of interest to and that has an impact on the legal aid community in Texas.
"Trial technology, litigation support and cognitive perspective. Not necessarily in that order."
Churns out original BigLaw coverage from dawn to dusk every business day, and they also never fail to focus on how national and world news might affect the Am Law 200. Posts cover law firm news, new litigation (with a focus on the firms involved), as well as major federal and state court rulings.
"Addresses common problems lawyers face as they speak in public, whether in the courtroom or a board room. By understanding how bodies, brains, and voices work in those settings, readers can hone their technical speaking skills for a specific task."
"Dedicated to those who practice in our nation’s courtrooms and make our adversarial system an engine for justice. All are welcome to share their knowledge and experience about what works in communicating with judges and juries."
"Judge Larry Primeaux's blog about practice in Mississippi's chancery courts."
"Inside the Rod Blagojevich investigation and related cases." Posts cover news related to the corruption trial of former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich.
"The Bolt is a collection of short comments and updates about new developments in law and technology. Topics include patent, copyright, trademark, and antitrust law, as well as discussions of information privacy, cleantech/greentech, biotech and pharmaceutical issues, and cyberlaw."
"The California Blog of Appeal is an appellate practitioner's take on practice and legal developments in the California Courts of Appeal, California Supreme Court, and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. But it's not just for appellate lawyers. ... Trial lawyers will also be interested in the focus of this blog," which includes "(1) substantive legal developments; (2) appellate procedure, standards of review, and appellate jurisdiction that can greatly influence how a trial attorney shapes litigation at the trial level; (3) post-trial practice in the trial courts; and (4) writing, oral advocacy, and other practical skills."
This blawg focuses "on the Chicago mob, also known as 'The Outfit.' In addition to featuring current news articles, it will also attempt to provide some additional analysis and background information. This site may also feature news about the mafia in other cities and reviews of mafia-related books and movies."
"The goal of our blog is to keep our readers apprised of current events pertaining to experts, mediators and arbitrators. Whether it’s a recent legal article, best practices for experts or new reviews in the Courtroom Insight directories, we hope this blog is both informative and enjoyable."
"Breaking stories and noteworthy information from the Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly newsroom. If it impacts Massachusetts lawyers, we’ll be blogging about it here."
"A legal ethics and litigation blog."
"An in-depth look at all issues related to expert witnesses and the selection of experts."
The goal of the blawg is to cover every published opinion from a federal court of appeals that is a criminal defense victory.
"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."
This blawg posts news anecdotes detailing accusations of fraud and discrimination.
"Newsworthy items relevant to the practice of law in Greensboro, N.C."
"The Health Law Blog provides analysis, comment, information and updates regarding health care legislation, enforcement and regulation." Blog is written for an audience of health care professionals.
A blog of illustrated newsworthy trials and cases. "Much of the artwork is used for TV news, but not seen in print or online, so here it is available to the public."
Multiple daily posts cover developments regarding Indiana's statutes; state court rulings; actions of state government; and elections and evaluations of the state's judiciary.
"Discusses recent jury trials of interest, weighs in on controversies in the procedures of jury trials, and reviews studies of jury behavior and decision-making."
The bloggers offer an interesting overview of many psychological and sociological elements to consider when crafting an argument to appeal to specific juror demographics. We especially appreciate how they explicitly tailor their advice to address the concerns of both plaintiffs attorneys and defense attorneys.