University of California, Los Angeles
"Provides insight and analysis on energy and environmental law and policy. The blog draws upon the individual research strengths and vast expertise of the law schools’ legal scholars and think tanks. Our goal is to fill a unique space on the blogosphere, not only by bridging the worlds of law and policy, but also by translating the latest developments in a way that’s understandable to a mass audience. We write about U.S. Supreme Court decisions, regulatory actions, and state and national legislation that affects water resource management, toxic waste disposal, renewable energy, air quality, land use, and more. The global challenge of climate change is the driver behind our work."
M&A Law Prof Blog
Posts cover mergers & acquisitions activity, M&A rulings and analyses of those rulings, the contract process, private transactions and insider trading.
Mirror of Justice
A blog devoted to the development of Catholic legal theory.
ProfessorBainbridge.com offers a potpourri of posts mainly about corporate law. But Stephen Bainbridge isn't averse to expressing his opinions about social issues, religion, politics and (possibly his dearest passions) wine and food.
shlep: the Self-Help Law ExPress
Provides a general audience with self-help resources, studies and reports available to the public and to professional providers of those services. SHLEP was chosen as “Best Law Blog In the Public Interest” in the 2006 Blawg Review Awards.
The Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation
This blog provides updates on working papers, seminars, speakers, and other activities sponsored by the Harvard Law School Program on Corporate Governance. "The blog will also provide a forum for communications about corporate governance by individuals associated with the program—faculty, fellows, and members of the program’s advisory board—as well as by guest contributors and others."
Who Owns the Fox?
"Another blog by another anonymous law student in an attempt to make sense of this thing called law school."