"Smart conversation about the Constitution." Posts cover cases before the U.S. Supreme Court, and 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.
San Francisco legal recruiter Richard Hsu has shifted his interview series from its original focus on lawyers and their hobbies. Reflecting his background as Caltech engineer and BigLaw partner, Hsu now indulges his curiosity with a quirky selection of authors, entrepreneurs and celebrities, ranging from Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak to Caroll Spinney, Big Bird’s puppet master.
"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.
Lawyer and longtime journalist Ambrogi takes a critical approach to new and revamped websites aimed at providing services to those in the legal profession. He kicks the tires, gauging how these sites do—or don’t—work for practitioners.
Bob Ambrogi and J. Craig Williams have been podcasting since 2005, almost as long as the word podcast has been in circulation. Episodes pair up lawyers with opposing perspectives on legal issues in the news.
"The lawyering survival guide, featuring posts on blogging, careers, ethics, marketing, going paperless, practice management, starting a law firm, and technology." The blawg is in the Blawg 100 Hall of Fame. Lawyerist also produces an occasional newsletter, The Lawyerist Podcast (co-hosted by Sam Glover and Aaron Street) and the TBD Law events.
Posts cover large law firms with London headquarters or outposts, including with a First Most List, a Chambers Most List and three law school most lists (GDL, LPC and BPTC); quirky U.K. legislation; lawyers in U.K. popular culture; and other topics meaningful or interesting to those in the U.K. studying law or just starting out in practice.
Practice management issues, including software options as well as more general advice. Also, Massachusetts law and supreme court guidelines and Massachusetts Bar Association events.
This blawg "has 7,000 pages of free legal news and guidance, mostly on IT and e-commerce issues. These issues can affect any organisation, and OUT-LAW is as much for those in a software start-up as it is for the compliance team at a bank." It also provides a weekly Thursday podcast, OUT-LAW Radio.
Posts investigate the latest issues in computer forensics and e-discovery. Lawyer/consultant Sharon Nelson guides readers as she explores new technologies and reacts, sometimes
with incredulity, at the stunning revelations from lax oversight and poor records management.
Posts discuss topics such as non-compete agreements, whistle-blowing and harassment—from an employee's point of view.
Susan Cartier Liebel and her rock-solid roster of contributors give comprehensive advice and frank opinions for those who are or want to be solo practitioners. Posts address both a reader's practical questions and conflicted emotions.
Posts and The Legal Geek Podcasts cover the legal issues that arise (whether they are acknowledged or not) in TV shows and the latest theatrical releases—usually of the sci-fi / fantasy variety.