November 2011 Legal Ethics Top Blawgs
Covers legal malpractice basics, cases and news. By Andrew Lavoott Bluestone.
Covers legal malpractice. By The Clinton Law Firm.
Covers employment litigation and dispute resolution. By O\'Rielly & Roche LLP.
Covers managing and growing your law practice, with a focus on technology, marketing, and management. By Merrilyn Astin Tarlton, Joan Feldman and Mark Feldman.
By Professors John Dzienkowski, Brad Wendel, John Steele, David Hricik, Andrew Perlman, David McGowan, Laura Appleman, Steve Lubet, Anita Bernstein, Don Burnett, and Steve Berenson..
Edited by S. Alan Childress, Michael S. Frisch, Jeffrey M. Lipshaw and Nancy B. Rapaport.
Focuses on bad prosecutors and bad prosecutorial acts. By the Bennett Law Firm.
The intersection of law practice, marketing, and technology. Leverage technology to increase revenue.
Commentary and news about the Pennsylvania Legal community. By the Law Offices of Daniel J. Siegel, LLC.
Stories, movies, and books, all with the same there--how lawyers can help make a better world.
Covers asset searches, bribery, due diligence, money laundering and scams. By Charles Griffin Intelligence.
Covers legal ethics and law practice. By Keith L. Miller, Esq.
An independent blog supporting law and humanities activities and scholarship, including the work of the Law and Humanities Institute. Posts discuss law and the arts, law and history, and occasionally law and social sciences, and law and science. The blog posts calls for papers, news of conferences, special events, and other items of interest to those in the field.
Covers legal malpractice issues and cases. By the Law Offices of Keith L. Miller.
Updates on professional liability with a particular emphasis on malpractice avoidance and attorney ethics. By Swartz Campbell.
Covers the Florida bar admission and grievance process. By Brian Tannebaum.
Covers jurisprudence, legal realism, and legal theory. By Professor Brian R. Leiter and Prof. Daniel Filler
Covers governance in higher education and in law firms, bankruptcy ethics, popular culture and the law, Enron and other corporate fiascos, and professional responsibility generally. By Nancy Rapoport, a law professor at UNLV's Boyd School of Law.