Edited by University of Miami School of Law Professor Michael Froomkin, The Journal of Things We Like (Lots)–JOTWELL–invites law professors to join us in filling a telling gap in legal scholarship by creating a space where legal academics will go to identify, celebrate, and discuss the best new legal scholarship.
Features legal news and research guides. From Case Western Reserve University School of Law.
Covers estate planning and probate. By Julie Garber.
Discusses jury-related issues.
An international, interdisciplinary community for the study of legal and normative mixtures and movements.
Describes the interplay between legal responses to exogenous change and the law's own endogenous capacity for adaptation. By Louis D. Brandeis Dean Jim Chen.
Op-eds on legal news by law professors and JURIST special guests.
Covers legal news. From the University of Pittsburgh School of Law.
Covers capital punishment and criminal law news and resources. By Brian Williams.
Covers legal research tools, notable websites and blogs, web site design, search engine optimization and marketing for law firms.
Features discussions between judges and lawyers in the Richard E. Gerstein Justice Building.
Features extracts from recently published decisions of the Boards of Appeal of the EPO.
Forum for discussion about issues and appellate decisions of interest to Kansas defenders.
Covers law in the Netherlands Antilles. By Karel Frielink.
Turkish legal blog.
Covers international laws of war, international law, related human rights topics, international NGOs, and the theory of the just war. By Professor Kenneth Anderson.
Covers Kentucky environmental law matters, including pollution, human health and toxic torts. By Jeffrey M. Sanders.
Covers personal injury law in Kentucky. By Bahe Cook Cantley & Nefzger PLC.
Covers Arizona and federal laws.
Covers European copyright law. By Wolters Kluwer.
Covers knowledge management, technology and the practice of law. By Doug Cornelius.
Uses topical issues to examine different crimes in Washington, D.C. Discusses individual crimes and defense strategies. Ruminates on the challenges of law practice and being a solo practitioner. By Jamison Koehler.
Covers the legal research center, legal news and legal research resources. By John Adkins.
Features United States labor immigration law news and analysis. By the Capitol Immigration Law Group LLC.
Provides analysis, resources and commentary on developments in traditional labor law. By McKenna Long & Aldridge.
Covers personal injury legal news.
Edited by Professors Matthew J. Festa, James J. Kelly, Jr., Stephen R. Miller, Jessica Owley and Kenneth A. Stahl.
Covers law firm marketing, including advertising, blogging and sales.
The Art of Technology
About law, literature and the humanities. By the Law & Humanities Institute.
Blog of a LL.M law student in the UK.
Covers Indian law, courts and the Constitution.
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.
Covers law and business and the business of law. By the Wall Street Journal.
Covers managing in-house counsel groups. By Rees Morrison.
Discussion on cost recovery, legal information services contracts and legal research training.
Discusses of compliance, conflicts, intake and other risk issues for law firm risk professionals.
Covers online law firm business development, including profile building, branding and law firm SEO. By Steve Matthews.
Law school blog and podcast from Canada.
Summaries of recent Wyoming Supreme Court decisions and law library information. From the Wyoming State Law Library.
Covers legal news and developments worldwide. By the Law Library of Congress.
Announces programs hosted by the Law Library of Congress, including legal film series, speaker series, and recognition events.
Legal commentary and recommended resources on issues and events with legal significance from the Law Library of Congress.
A blog on land use law and Zoning by Albany Law School Associate Dean and Professor Patricia Salkin.