March 2011 Connecticut Top Blawgs

  1. By Yale Law School Professor Jack M. Balkin.
  2. Covers gay marriage, civil unions, and step-parent and co-parent adoptions. By Irene C. Olszewski.
  3. Discusses the Trials & Tribulations of Law Practice. By Adrian Baron.
  4. Covers international law, agreements and legal research resources.
  5. News, stories, thoughts and insight on elder law in Connecticut. By Michael J. Keenan.
  6. Covers historical and rare law books.
  7. Provides news and commentary on the legal developments in the secondary insurance market, with an emphasis on the secondary market's impact upon the insurance industry. By Katherine Scanlon and Peter Vodola.
  8. Discusses new titles and current issues in collection development for law librarians who collect foreign and international law at their institutions.
  9. Features developments in labor and employment law. By Daniel A. Schwartz.
  10. Covers educational law topcis, including constitutional issues, labor and employment and special education. By Berchem, Moses & Devlin, P.C.
  11. Covers Connecticut family law. By Chalumeau Law Group, LLC.
  12. Thoughts on intellectual property and federal court business litigation. By Eric Osterberg.
  13. Covers bankruptcy in Connecticut.
  14. Covers tax law, with specific emphasis on developments in the IRS's Off-Shore Voluntary Disclosure Initiative/Program.
  15. Universal jurisdiction, through the prism of politics and human rights. By Professor Sonia Cardenas.
  16. From Yale Law School.
  17. Covers Connecticut estate planning, family, real estate, litigation, business and non-profit planning, and LGBT immigration law.
  18. By the Law Office of Thomas S. Groth.
  19. Chronicles and commentary on national and Connecticut legal issues, including criminal defense, juvenile law and Constitutional rights. By Christopher DeMatteo.
  20. Covers Connecticut estate planning, probate and elder law.