Posts offer news updates, legal analysis and documents related to the multiple constitutional challenges to the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.
This decidedly left-leaning blog from the American Constitution Society covers court cases and proposed legislation that threatens individual rights. Editorials coming from the likes of the ACLU, the First Amendment Center and gay-rights groups appear regularly.
Features news, commentary and criticism mainly involving the judiciary and confirmation process. Contributor Ed Whelan adds a daily "This Day in Judicial Activism" post highlighting opinions, injunctions and judicial appointments from years past that are sources of disappointment to him.
"A blog exploring the intersection of law and economics." Topics include financial markets, SCOTUS, government stimulus plans, securities and investment strategies.
"This blog discusses business, intellectual property and Internet law developments of interest to Rhode Island businesses and attorneys with an emphasis on intellectual property, electronic contracting and gaming."
Authors aim to post timely reports and analysis of circuit splits among U.S. courts of appeals and other links of interest to appellate lawyers.
ConfirmThem.com is a collaborative blawg that provides news and analysis of the judicial confirmation battles in the United States Senate.
"Smart conversation about the Constitution." Posts cover cases before the U.S. Supreme Court, and a recent "27 Amendments (in 27 Days)" initiative led to posts about the amendments to the constitution. Blogger Lyle Denniston also writes a "constitution check" series of posts in which he investigates assertions made about the constitution in the media and appellate opinions.
"Analysis and commentary regarding federal, state and local pay-to-play laws, campaign finance law, lobbying and ethics. This blog provides up-to-date information about the ever-changing complex landscape of legal obligations in the area of political law."
"Going where cameras cannot." Posts include the blogger / artist's sketches from oral arguments at the U.S. Supreme Court and from other D.C.-area trials as well as a brief description of what is pictured and links to further coverage.
"Trails, travails and decision points in law, politics and culture in America."
This blawg focuses on the U.S. Supreme Court and the political and legal role it plays in the federal government.
Legal news and developments primarily on the U.S. Supreme Court, Congress and federal agencies in Washington, D.C.
"Breaking news supplementing the defense newsletter covering 11th Circuit and U.S. Supreme Court Cases."
The blog covers issues relating to intellectual property law, commercial litigation and white collar breaches of intellectual property, mostly through the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. The blog also summarizes court decisions in the Supreme Court on the federal and state level and regulations through federal agencies.
Blog is devoted to employment law cases, mainly in Florida, but also nationally. Posts usually include copies of the case opinion or complaint using Scribd.
Blog discusses criminal law and procedure, as well as court opinions in Washington and nationally.
Posts analyze the constitutionality of the provisions of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and of the possible outcomes of United States Department of Health and Human Services v. State of Florida and National Federation of Independent Business v. Kathleen Sebelius, which will be argued before the U.S. Supreme Court from March 26-28.
Discusses immigration law news, opinions and legislation in the United States. Blog offers webinars with titles such as "Don't Waste Any More Time Waiting on EB-3 Priority Dates - Convert your Green Card Case to EB-2 and Jump to the Finish Line."
"Posts feature scholarly discourse on the latest Supreme Court news and decisions."
Posts give "instant analysis" of recent U.S. Supreme Court oral arguments and cover the activities of the blogger's Harlan Institute, which has a mission of bringing a stylized law school experience into the high school classroom. From the blog you can also access and sign up for the the Harlan Institute's FantasySCOTUS league.
Posts cover how U.S. Supreme Court rulings factor into the news of the day, his experiences as a U.S. Supreme Court reporter and excerpts from his Supreme Court Yearbook.
"The Official Blog of the Duquesne University School of Law News Magazine."
"Reports on U.S. civil courts, government regulation and public policy."
"Announcements, featured content, and the occasional bizarre legal information factoid from the Legal Information Institute."