General Law Blog
With Jack Balkin leading the charge, this blog is the perspectival counterweight to The Volokh Conspiracy. Again, law profs are the primary contributors, and, as with VC, their entries are both thoughtful and influential.
Legal commentary offered by National Review Online.
"Life, Politics and the Law From ABC News Correspondent Jan Crawford Greenburg."
is a real-time legal news service, provided by the University of Pittsburgh School of Law. As an educational service, Paper Chase is dedicated to presenting important legal news and materials rapidly, objectively and intelligibly in an accessible, ad-free format.
Supreme Court of the United States Blog
Sponsored by the law firm of Akin Gump, this is the go-to blog to learn about the latest happenings of the SCOTUS. The blog also has commentary, analysis, and links to opinions and oral arguments.
Founder and contributors are (generally) conservative/libertarian law profs: heavy-hitters in the legal academic world. Their blog topics are as interesting as they are wide-ranging.
WSJ Law Blog
The Wall Street Journal's Law Blog covers the notable legal cases, trends and personalities of interest to the business community.
Student Law - Times Online
Information and ideas for law students in the U.K.
Election Law Blog
The law of politics and the politics of law: election law, campaign finance, legislation, voting rights, initiatives, redistricting, and the Supreme Court nomination process (by Prof. Rick Hasen).
Law Professor Blogs
"The permanent resources & links and daily news & information are designed to collect in one place materials helpful to law professors in their scholarship and teaching."
Legal Planet, a collaboration between UC Berkeley School of Law and UCLA School of Law, provides insight and analysis on energy and environmental law and policy.
Legal Theory Blog
"All the theory that fits" by philosophy and law prof, Lawrence Solum. Interesting commentary by a careful thinker.
A blog primarily focused on the jurisprudence of J. Scalia but containing commentary on other topics as well.
Opinio Juris is a forum for informed discussion and lively debate about international law and international relations.
PrawfsBlawg (aka Prawfs.com) is a blog about a variety of topics related to law and life. Their tag-line: "Where Intellectual Honesty Has (Almost Always) Trumped Partisanship -- Albeit in a Kind of Boring Way Until Recently -- Since 2005."
TaxProf Blog combines both (1) continuously-updated permanent resources and (2) daily news and information. If you want (or need!) to learn about tax, this is an excellent place to start.
Truth on the Market
In the authors' words: "We are a group of young law professors who teach and write in the business law area, broadly defined . . . . [O]ur blog offers commentary on law, business, economics and more.
Above the Law
AboveTheLaw.com takes a behind-the-scenes look at the world of law. The site provides news and gossip about the profession’s most colorful personalities and powerful institutions, as well as original commentary on breaking legal developments.
The Web's first blog devoted to appellate litigation. It typically has links to current news items, and it has a long blog-roll.
Is There a Lawyer in the Church?
"Helpful Biblical Counsel on the Real Life Legal Situations You Face"
Law Shucks is yet another legal tabloid, but we’re committed to keeping our focus on those who are in, or refugees from, BigLaw . . . . Basically, the stuff that is interesting to practicing lawyers with a dry sense of humor.
This is a fictional (and humorous) account of a junior barrister at the English Bar. It is not based on fact. Or is it? Hard to tell.
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