March 2012 United States Top Blawgs

  1. Discusses arbitration, mediation and alternative dispute resolution. By Karl Bayer.
  2. Provides practice management tips for Oregon lawyers. By Beverly Michaelis.
  3. Covers consumer legal issues in Alabama. By Lewis & McAtee.
  4. Covers the intrapersonal and the professional/technical world of being a family mediator. By Lawrence F. King.
  5. Covers cruise passenger and crew safety, seafarer conditions, maritime law and all types of injuries at sea. By Lipcon, Margulies, Alsina & Winkleman, P.A.
  6. Covers legal issues affecting the seed industry, including the IP rights to seeds. By Gillon & Associates, PLLC.
  7. Covers copyright, trademark, and entertainment law. By Christopher Hugan, Esq.
  8. Covers Prenuptial Agreements, Postnuptial Agreements and Reconciliation Agreements in Georgia. By Stephen Worrall.
  9. Covers legal information and resources for researchers, librarians, and attorneys related to Maryland law. From Trevor Rosen.
  10. Covers Wisconsin criminal and DUI laws. By the Birdsall Law Offices.
  11. Covers the development, governance and management of community associations, including condominiums, homeowners' associations and mixed use projects. By Lincoln Hobbs.
  12. Comments on procedural and substantive law affecting the planning of transactions and the litigation of business and commercial matters. By Buechel & Conley.
  13. Covers limited government, freedom, federalism and judicial restraint.
  14. An exploration of family law In Texas. By Sean Y. Palmer.
  15. By the New Lawyers Section of the Maine State Bar Association.
  16. Covers probate, elder law and litigation topics. By Kenneth Vercammen.
  17. A forum for those who feel they have been blind-sided by the justice system and seek to defend their rights and their innocence. By Sydne French.
  18. A blawg devoted to all things legal in Louisiana.
  19. Covers mediation and substantive legal developments impacting mediation in West Virginia. By Keith Jones.
  20. Musings on Trademark Law From a Decidedly Texas Perspective. By Christopher L. Graff.