January 2012 Civil Rights Top Blawgs

  1. Covers criminal law and civil rights issues in Georgia. By Albert Wan.
  2. By University of Miami law professor Michael Froomkin. Covers civil liberties, the Internet, Guantanamo, Iraq attrocities, politics and more.
  3. Denise's musings about life in law school, transgender issues, and other odds and ends.
  4. News and information of interest for the New England School of Law OUTLaws, and other members and supporters of the GLBT law school community.
  5. Covers feminism, sexism, reproductive rights and women's health. By Professors Ann Bartow and Bridget Crawford.
  6. Covers feminism in Alaska, Alaskan and general family law policy, child and parent-raising, and the meaning of life.
  7. Covers wiretaps, privacy, copyright, and free speech. By Jennifer Granick.
  8. Covers developments in disability law and related fields.
  9. Thoughts of a 30-something, married, Unitarian, dog-loving attorney.
  10. Covers abortion, contraception, pregnancy and fetal rights. By Caitlin E. Borgmann.
  11. Offers comments on social justice issues, news and court decisions. By Florida A&M College of Law Professor Jacqueline Dowd.
  12. Covers legal issues facing Muslims in the United States.
  13. Covers civil rights and constitutional law. From the ACLU.
  14. Covers civil rights, criminal law, federalism, and Section 1983. By Norman Pattis and Michael Cernovich.
  15. By University of Toledo College of Law Professor Howard M. Friedman.
  16. Covers issues affecting the poor and indigent.
  17. Covers prisoners' rights and criminal justice in the United Kingdom. By former prisoner John Hirst Hull.
  18. Protecting Native Nations for the Seventh Generation. News, views, and opinions about federal Indian law and tribal governance by law professors who teach in the field.
  19. Covers law and policy news around transgendered employees in the workplace.
  20. Covers election reform, the Voting Rights Act, the Help America Vote Act, and related topics. Special attention to the voting rights of people of color, non-English proficient citizens, and people with disabilities. Publsihed by Dan Tokaji at Moritz Colle