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.
"Informs individuals, small businesses and corporations of notable topics affecting our current society, and important information related to the industries of computer forensics, forensic accounting, brand management, and others."
"Educating clients on the things their lawyers don't want them to know."
A blog discussing evidentiary rules, objection practices, and court rulings. It often compares New York to Federal Rules, and often discusses expert-related battles in personal injury actions.
"Speaks on social networks, mobile Web and networks, user-generated content, Internet law, intellectual property, e-discovery, computer law, copyright, trademark and all high technology."
"The Legal Blog is an earnest attempt to promote research based websites / blogs, by providing free, accurate and up to date information to lawyers, students and the layman. We at Legal Blog, attempt to simplify legal concepts by providing the latest case law and articles on various important topics." Most posts involve Indian law.
“The Legal Roller Coaster is a blog devoted exclusively to the legal issues affecting the amusement and tourism industries. The Legal Roller Coaster provides commentary to the industry on issues such as the Americans With Disabilities Act, expansion of standards of care for amusement rides, and animal rights and captivity in the theme park context.”
"Social Security Disability Blog: More than just retirement." Offers information on applying for Social Security Disability status, including Q&A video clips.
Posts—many of them in list form—share ideas with litigators about persuading juries as well as working successfully with co-counsel and trial consultants.
Posts directed at other litigation support professionals about software, hardware and electronic evidence, as well as coverage of newsletters and podcasts on the same subject matter.
This blawg covers legal news from Maryland and beyond, medical malpractice, legal writing, criminal law, legislation relating to accident law, verdicts and settlements.
"Opinions and discussions about law-related topics of interest to lawyers and laypersons alike."
"Research assistance portal for paralegals: tools, tips, resources, and tutorials to help paralegals and legal assistants produce critical and relevant research, along with career and professional advice and information."
Covers news stories and trial outcomes for pharmaceutical injury cases.
"The Red Well is a service of the American Society of Trial Consultants, providing a one-stop opportunity to browse opinion and analysis on the subjects of litigation communication, persuasion, advocacy, and psychology relating to trial and pre-trial settings. The page hosts customized RSS feeds from all participating members. All blogs represented in The Red Well participate with the permission of the blog authors. The goal of this aggregator is to include as much content as possible created by active litigation consultants and other members of the American Society of Trial Consultants."
Posts focus on tools and best practices for litigation.
Is the self-described "home for settlement professionals on the Net." The blawg includes news, commentary and educational content primarily for settlement and legal professionals.
Covering the pending cases and new decisions that will shape Texas law.
Posts feature tax litigation news from domestic and global perspectives.
Blog focuses on tax law, specifically what actions can expose a taxpayer to civil and criminal charges. Also featured is an original poem, "Tax: That Three Letter Four Letter Word."
"We intend this blog to be a place where that special breed who works on trials can learn from each other and share ideas that hopefully make trials and war rooms just a little bit less crazy."
"False confessions are a terrible tragedy that is largely preventable. This blog has three specific goals for combating the tragedy:
"1. to educate the public and policymakers and deepen understanding of all aspects of the problem;
"2. to promote specific reforms; and
"3. to assist attorneys with clients who may have confessed falsely."