"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.
The weekly posts here offer an insider's perspective on oral arguments in major cases at the federal appellate level and news stories about sitting Supreme Court justices. Other posts offer the blogger's analyses and opinions on urgent legal news topics.
"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."
Blog discusses trademark, copyright and advertising law, including verdicts and settlements; recent legislation, both national and international; and analysis of important cases.
Blog discusses criminal, juvenile and mental health issues, primarily in Illinois. Many posts focus on new trends in criminal and juvenile law issues including decisions from the Illinois Appellate and Supreme Courts as well as the U.S. Supreme Court.
Posts cover the U.S. Supreme Court and constitutional law issues in the news.
Reports on criminal law cases, news and opinions in Massachusetts.
"A former prosecutor's musings on the criminal justice system."
Posts contain summaries of criminal case opinions; court-watching. "One part geeky academic monograph; one part spectator sport."
News and commentary on the New York Court of Appeals, the Supreme Court of the United States, and more.
"The law behind the news." News.lawreader.com has summaries of Kentucky cases, federal appellate decisions, U.S. Supreme Court decisions, and professional ethics cases.
"Partly a Scalia fansite, partly my own musings on constitutional law, the court's work product, and other issues that provoke me."
"Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, in all her glory." Posts consist of tributes to Ginsburg in the form of videos, memes, and links to quotes about her in the news media.
“Provides readers with thoughtful and succinct analysis of key developments in the New York Commercial Division, including important decisions handed down by the Commercial Division and appellate court decisions reviewing Commercial Division decisions. The blog also covers changes and proposed changes to Commercial Division rules and practice.”
"The Supreme Court and whatnot from Supreme Court Haiku."
The author keeps an eagle eye on developments in the chemical, biotech, and pharmaceutical industry, and discusses recent cases and USPTO decisions that may affect how patents are granted and protected.
Posts all related to privacy and data security issues, frequently about online databases.
Multiple daily posts cover Michigan legal news and symposiums as well as national legal news, litigation trends, and legal ethics issues.
SCOTUSblog analyzes the cases before the U.S. Supreme Court and posts breaking news of court decisions. Supreme Court decisions are often posted here before the high court puts them on its own website. During session, links to audio clips of oral arguments are posted as they are ready.
"Supreme Ambitions is the story of Audrey Coyne, a bright young lawyer in pursuit of her dream job: a clerkship with the Supreme Court of the United States ('SCOTUS')." It is a work of fiction.
U.S. Supreme Court decisions and profiles of past justices in haiku form. The purpose of the blawg, in the author's verse:
Some ask: Why haiku?
Why seventeen syllables?
No time for real blog
Writers discuss whether they agree with the constitutional assertions in recent U.S. Supreme Court rulings and statements by politicians.1 2 3 >