September 2012 Civil Rights Top Blawgs

  1. By University of Miami law professor Michael Froomkin. Covers civil liberties, the Internet, Guantanamo, Iraq attrocities, politics and more.
  2. By University of Toledo College of Law Professor Howard M. Friedman.
  3. Covers feminism, sexism, reproductive rights and women's health. By Professors Ann Bartow and Bridget Crawford.
  4. Left-leaning, social justice-minded slant on law and justice issues, the death penalty, politics, and current events.
  5. Covers civil rights and constitutional law. From the ACLU.
  6. Covers abortion, contraception, pregnancy and fetal rights. By Caitlin E. Borgmann.
  7. Provides commentary on criminal law, civil liberties and jurisprudence. By Jeffrey Gamso.
  8. Covers developments in disability law and related fields.
  9. Covers employment and discrimination issues related to civil service. By the Law Offices of Kevin P. Sheerin.
  10. Covers employment and labor law issues. By McNees Wallace & Nurick LLC.
  11. Discusses special education law topics. By Jim Gerl.
  12. Covers human rights, free speech, death penalty, LGBT rights, refugees and torture. From Amnesty International.
  13. Articles and comments by attorneys and legal scholars, and related legal news. From Michael Ginsborg.
  14. Covers global poverty, welfare and current affairs. By Professors Ezra Rosser and Lowell Kent Hull.
  15. Covers gay marriage, civil unions, and step-parent and co-parent adoptions. By Irene C. Olszewski.
  16. Tracks new legal developments and research relating to long prison sentences. By Marquette University Law School Professor Michael O'Hear.
  17. Covers civil rights, criminal law, federalism, and Section 1983. By Norman Pattis and Michael Cernovich.
  18. Provides commentary on law, politics and justice. By Professor Darren Hutchinson.
  19. Offers commentary on civil rights issues, recent decisions and other areas of interest to New York civil litigators and criminal practitioners. By Nicole L. Black.
  20. 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.