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Law in Popular Culture

Is ‘Benchslap’ Worthy of Black’s Law Dictionary? Editor Tweets Question

Features

6th Annual ABA Journal Blawg 100

Features

Introducing Our Inaugural Blawg 100 Hall of Fame

@BlawgWhisperer

Around the Blawgosphere: David Lat Takes a Crack at ‘Clerk Lit’; Introverts and Extroverts on Juries

@BlawgWhisperer

Around the Blawgosphere: Why the Law Doesn’t Suck; Judge Alex Kozinski on the Big Screen

Judiciary

Could Justice Thomas Become the Republican Nominee at a Brokered Convention?

@BlawgWhisperer

Around the Blawgosphere: What’s Wrong with CLE; Wedding at SCOTUS; Do You Dress Like a ‘Real Man’?

Question of the Week

Etiquette Query: Will You Always Send an Email Before Picking Up the Phone?

Opening Statements

Blawg 100 Popular Vote: The Readers Have Spoken

ABA Journal

4th Annual Blawg 100 Popular Voting Results Are Online

Personal Lives

Lawyers’ Holiday Confessions: Faux Gifts and Karaoke

Cover Story

The 4th Annual ABA Journal Blawg 100

Contracts

Judge Posner Admits He Didn’t Read Boilerplate for Home Equity Loan

U.S. Supreme Court

Why Justice Clarence Thomas Should Run for President

U.S. Supreme Court

Lat, Volokh & Thai on Front-Runners & Dark Horses to Replace Stevens (Podcast)

U.S. Supreme Court

Justice Stevens Announces His Retirement

Opening Statements

The Results Are In

Careers

Depression Is Rising as Lawyers Lose Jobs and Sense of Entitlement

Business of Law

BigLaw Partners May Be Worth Top Pay, But What About Associates?

Careers

Above the Law Gets New Management; Readers Wonder about Lat, Mystal

Cover Story

Third Annual ABA Journal Blawg 100

Legal Rebels

Congratulations to Our First 50 Legal Rebels

U.S. Supeme Court

Invisible Constitution and Missing Pounds Surface at Alito Speech

Law Professors

Law Prof Sues Above the Law, Claims ‘Racist Series of Rants’ About His Arrest

24 Hours

Why Openness & Transparency at Law Firms Matters (Live Call-In Radio Show)

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Texas Bar Today

Continuing Legal Education – On the Dubitante Opinion (5/4/22)

Law and More

Way Way Beyond Abovethelaw - Elie Mystal, The New York Times Best-selling Author and Much More

The Right Coast

Yale Law School's public relations disaster continues

The Right Coast

TaxProf Blog: Lat: Free Speech At Yale Law School — One Progressive's Perspective

Brian Leiter’s Law School Reports

Yale Law School's public relations disaster continues

The Right Coast

Protesters derail Yale Law free speech event

Zen and the Art of Legal Marketing

Did We Ever Adjust to that “New Normal?

At the Lectern

No shortage of Justice Kruger profiles [Updated x2]

The Right Coast

As The Yale Law School World Turns - by David Lat

The Interdependent Third Branch

When senior status becomes political

Media Law

LawSites Blog Turns 19 Years Old

Robert Ambrogi's LawSites

LawSites Blog Turns 19 Years Old

Law and More

Lawyers With Profit-Publishing Dreams Dancing in Their Heads - Yes, You Probably Considered Substack

Southern California Appellate News

Free SCOTUS program

3 Geeks and a Law Blog

CLE is Broken (as is our approach to learning/innovation)

At the Lectern

13 have clerked at both the U.S. and California Supreme Courts

Law and More

David Boies & The Media - So Much Written, So Little New, Absolutely No Fresh Insights

Zamansky News & Media

Original Jurisdiction Mentions Zamansky LLC’s U.S. Supreme Court Win in IBM v. Jander Case

Southern District of Florida Blog

It's the first day of summer

Southern California Appellate News

Appellate Misadventures

Law and More

Wilson Sonsini's SixFifty and the Changing Business of Law Firms

Jottings By an Employer’s Lawyer

'Life Is Short. Take Chances.': David Lat Has a New Career and a New Perspective After Surviving COVID-19

Media Law

Above the Law Founder David Lat On His Move from Blogging to Substack

ABA Journal: Asked and Answered

A year after his COVID-19 recovery, Above the Law founder David Lat makes some big changes

Southern District of Florida Blog

June in SCOTUS