Rooted in Rights "is a cross disability, blog (and networking portal) where we cover disability rights issues including current cases, legal articles, and legislative actions. We also review law review articles on disability rights issues and publish original articles."
Current personal injury issues, news and events.
"Intended to provide practical insights to individuals serving on boards of condominium and homeowners associations in the Puget Sound area. It discusses a variety of legal issues that such associations routinely face and offers suggestions about how to handle them. It also contains links to relevant laws that pertain to community associations."
"A look at a variety of legal and personal topics associated with practicing criminal defense in Seattle."
Examines the issues raised by criminal cases in the media, particularly ones in which police misconduct is involved. Certain posts also outline the criminal justice system for people coming into contact with it.
"Information on Washington state DUI Defense."
"Ramblings and musing of a Seattle DUI attorney."
Posts cover auto and bike accidents in the Seattle area.
Discussion of personal injury law and legal issues, with focus on Washington state.
"Trademark law developments from Seattle and beyond."
This blog is about personal injury law, insurance law, current legislation and news stories related to tort cases. Posts have a Washington state focus, but national stories are covered too.
"This blog focuses on DUI defense issues as well as news relating to DUI laws in Washington State."
Contains updates on Washington Supreme Court and Washington Court of Appeals decisions, local and national legal news, and the odd bit of humor to keep things interesting.
"Commentary on environmental and land use issues in the Pacific Northwest, from agriculture policy and food labeling to coal exports and climate change."
"This blog presents news items and resources relating to trial advocacy and the legal system, with a focus on Washington state. It was developed to support the Trial Advocacy Program at the University of Washington School of Law, but now has a broader coverage and a wider audience. In addition to information about trials and trial practice, you'll find notes about appellate practice, the courts, access to justice, and related topics."
Covers news and events dealing with personal injury and accident law with a focus on Washington state.
"A blog manager in Seattle, Washington addressing employment-law developments and issues."
"The blog particularly focuses on Washington State and 9th Circuit court decisions and the rulings of the Washington Public Employees Relations Commission. It covers court rulings and legal developments related to collective bargaining rights, wage and hour law, employment discrimination and employee civil rights."
Crime in Seattle and Washington state.
"Chronicles DUI law and arrests across the United States."
"Primary focus on disaster preparedness, tactical and practical weaponry issues related to police, military and armed civilians. We also republish interesting comments and articles related to military history and security planning."
This blawg focuses on patent law and litigation in Washington state or affecting industries in Washington state. It also includes postings on important issues relating to software, biotechnology, and patent reform.
"A discussion of Washington state DUI, criminal traffic law issues and DUI news, etc."
"Patrick discusses his thoughts on personal injury practice. He believes all trials are plays, and a personal injury case is a 'tragedy.' Among his blog discussion is his theory gleaned from Aristotle in Poetics that tragedy at its highest level involves the audience (jury) in a universal cause-and-effect action where the jury pities the hero (plaintiff) and fears the adversity (injury) could happen to them. A catharsis takes place as the jury provides for fairness by way of a verdict."
"Legal writing, legal analysis, statutory interpretation, persuasive writing, and brief writing. A blog formerly about Washington law, now about everything, with a focus on civil litigation and recent cases. I have no responsibilities here whatsoever.”