By Andrea Schneider, Michael Moffitt, Sarah Cole, Art Hinshaw, Jill Gross, Cynthia Alkon, Paul Kirgis and Jennifer Reynolds.
Edited by Brian J.M. Quinn, Afra Afsharipour, and Michael A. Woronoff.
Edited by S. Alan Childress, Michael S. Frisch, Jeffrey M. Lipshaw and Nancy B. Rapaport.
Covers academic freedom, authoritarianism and fascism, intelligent design and more. By University of Texas Professor Brian R. Leiter and others.
Edited by Katharine Van Tassel, Jennifer S. Bard, Leslie Francis, Nicole Huberfeld, Mary Munson, David Orentlicher, Frank Pasquale, Nicolas P. Terry and Vickie Williams.
Edited by C. Steven Bradford, Joshua P. Fershee, J. Haskell Murray, Marcia L. Narine, Stefan J. Padfield and Anne Tucker.
By Kevin R. Johnson, Bill O. Hing and Rose Cuison Villazor.
By Professors John Dzienkowski, Brad Wendel, John Steele, David Hricik, Andrew Perlman, David McGowan, Laura Appleman, Steve Lubet, Anita Bernstein, Don Burnett, and Steve Berenson..
By University of Toledo College of Law Professor Howard M. Friedman.
A Canadian cooperative weblog on all things legal.
Covers news and discussion on the conflict of laws in private international law cases. Editor is Martin George of the University of Birmingham. Published in association with the Journal of Private International Law.
Edited by Stephen Clowney and Tanya D. Marsh.
Edited by Martha F. Davis, Margaret Drew, Lauren Bartlett, Carrie Bettinger Lopez, Leigh Goodmark, Brian Howe, Deena Hurwitz, Risa Kaufman, Sital Kilantry, Mariah McGill, Fran Quigley, Katherine Schultz, David Singleton, Cindy Soohoo, Jonathan Todrews, Penny Venetis and Lesley Wexler.
Edited by Kim Dayton, Rebecca C. Morgan and Katherine C. Pearson.
Provides legal analysis and commentary on topical legal news and cases.
A blawg by Albany Law School Professor Mary Lynch designed to be a useful web-based source of information on current reforms in legal education, and to create a place where people interested in the future of legal education can freely exchange ideas, concerns, and opinions.
Focuses on issues and the differences in how the law relates to economic organizations, political organizations, religious, ethnic and family organizations. By Penn State Dickinson School of Law Professor Larry CatÃ¡ Backer.
Edited by Sara K. Rankin, Joel Rogers, Kevin Barry and Emily Benfer.
By University of Miami law professor Michael Froomkin. Covers civil liberties, the Internet, Guantanamo, Iraq attrocities, politics and more.
Commentary on law, business, economics and culture. By UCLA School of Law Professor Stephen Bainbridge.
Edited by Rebecca Flanagan, Amy Jarmon, Daniel Weddle, Myra Orlen, Alex Ruskell, Bonnie Stepleton and Lisa Young.
Covers technology and DRM. By Michael Geist.
Covers the United States Supreme Court, the New York Court of Appeals and other federal and state appeals courts. By Professor Vincent Martin Bonventre.
Covers tax law, legal education, the First Amendment, religion, and law generally. By Villanova law professor James Edward Maule.
Features observations on technology, law and lawlessness. By University of Dayton Susan Brenner.
Focuses on the interplay between law and education in the Caribbean region, with particular reference to Trinidad and Tobago.
Covers abortion, contraception, pregnancy and fetal rights. By Caitlin E. Borgmann.
A blog about the legal business of sports by lawyers and law professors.
By Professor David Friedman.
Edited by Murat C. Mungan, David Gamage, Eric Rasmusen, Ben Depoorter, Gerrit de Geest, Shi-Ling Hsu, Manuel A. Utset, Jr., Brian Galle and Yuval Feldman.
By Andrea B. Carrol and Margaret Ryznar.
By Steven D. Schwinn and Ruthann Robson.
Edited by I. Richard Gershon, Paul E. McGreal and Cynthia L. Fountaine.
Occasionally irreverent thoughts on the law. By Professor Marc J. Randazza.
Covers animal law, ethics and policy. By Professor David N. Cassuto, Professor Luis E. Chiesa and law student Suzanne McMillan.
Discusses credit and bankruptcy. By Professors Bob Lawless, Angela Littwin, Katie Porter, John Pottow, Deborah Thorne and Elizabeth Warren.
An interdisciplinary forum for legal and ethical issues related to the brain and cognition. By University of San Diego School of Law Professor Adam Kolber.
Provides commentary on law, politics and justice. By Professor Darren Hutchinson.
The Marquette University Law School Faculty Blog
Politically progressive law professors from various religious traditions discuss law and cognate subjects from their unique perspectives: Legal theory, politics, and comparative theology.
Covers legal education and the legal industry. By Professor Eric Goldman.
Edited by Ellen S. Podgor, Solomon L. Wisenberg and Lawrence S. Goldman.
Covers civil rights and technological innovation.
Covers governance in higher education and in law firms, bankruptcy ethics, popular culture and the law, Enron and other corporate fiascos, and professional responsibility generally. By Nancy Rapoport, a law professor at UNLV's Boyd School of Law.