Posts analyze and discuss legal issues relevant to arms control, including actions of the International Atomic Energy Agency.
"Balkinization an unanticipated consequence of Jack M. Balkin." This blawg focuses on constitutional, First Amendment and civil liberties issues.
Law professor-bloggers exchange ideas, concerns, and opinions concerning the future of legal education. Posts also cover news from the Association of American Law Schools.
Discusses entertainment law with a strong focus on intellectual property cases.
This blog highlights academic job openings and covers salaries of professors, salaries of recent law school graduates, recent law review articles and other law school news. It can also be counted on to come up with its own rankings of law schools and law reviews.
Posts cover developments in corporate and securities law—mostly the latest in California, but also federal law.
Posts cover law topics related to corporate governance; finance and economics; mergers & acquisitions; securities regulation; and the Dodd-Frank Act.
Posts cover credit, bankruptcy, consumers and financial institutions.
Closely covers the law of politics, including election law, campaign finance, legislation, voting rights, initiatives, redistricting, and U.S. Supreme Court nominations. Tracks election administration mishaps, financing issues and election snafus.
Every weekday, law professors post on the very latest rulings regarding the admissibility of evidence in criminal cases and what sorts of lines of questioning should be permitted at criminal trials. They also note differences between the federal rules of evidence and the rules of various states. Occasionally, they will comment on whether they think courts have reached the right outcomes in these evidence cases or note fishy behavior by prosecutors.
"Perhaps little more than my own often-conflicted views about what the 'right' democracy is." Posts discuss election law and legal education topics.
Op-eds and first-person posts on criminal law topics and coverage of appellate criminal decisions. The blog ceased publishing on March 20, 2017.
Posts cover Foreign Corrupt Practices Act enforcement actions, news, and analysis. Lawyers who have participated in FCPA cases sometimes contribute guest posts; and lawyers from other nations—such as the United Kingdom and Australia—contribute posts focusing on their own countries' regulation.
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.
Jotwell—which stands for Journal of Things We Like (Lots)—features relatively brief law prof-authored reviews of recent scholarly articles in plain English.
This is a broad-ranging legal information and research blog with a mission to focus on legal stories of substantive importance rather than sensational appeal and cover both national and international legal news.
Posts cover news related to the United States' national security law and policy, analysis of that news, and daily updates on military action around the world.
Posts include links to legal writing resources, offer editing tips and note court opinions in which the judges writing them had a little fun.
Posts explore the interaction between law and religion in the United Kingdom and elsewhere, touching on related human rights issues.
Posts discuss the efforts of law schools and other entities to improve employment outcomes for graduates.
"The name Lawfare refers both to the use of law as a weapon of conflict and, perhaps more importantly, to the depressing reality that America remains at war with itself over the law governing its warfare with others." Posts cover subjects such as cybersecurity, international law as it relates to U.S. military operations, and anti-terrorism legislation from nations around the world. Bloggers Benjamin Wittes and Susan Hennessey also co-host The Lawfare Podcast.
This blawg discusses recent court decisions and news stories related to legal ethics issues—lawyer advertising, attorney-client privilege, multijurisdictional practice—and follows news stories of allegations and trials related to lawyer or judicial misconduct.
Posts track successful innovations in the legal industry and legal education.
Covers a variety of general interest legal topics and is especially focused on ethics, professional responsibility and the practice of law.
The authors post about books and papers, law school job openings, concerns of working professors, and "a variety of topics related to law and life."