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    Top 25 Blogs for Lawyers

    December 5, 2015

December 5, 2015

Top 25 Blogs for Lawyers

Top 25 Blogs for Lawyers

From criminal justice, to politics, to the Constitution, these twenty-five blogs will provide a vast amount of quality articles regarding all things law.

  1. Wall Street Journal Law

    Covers the cases, trends and personalities of interest to the business community. Law Blog rounds up the morning’s legal news.

  2. Legal TXTS

    A blog about the latest developments in law and technology, with an emphasis on legal issues regarding digital media, privacy and data security, and information management.

  3. Solo Practice University

    Devoted to all solo/small firm practitioners, discussing issues faced, offering advice, education, support and inspiration. Solo Practice University.

  4. Above The Law

    Above the Law takes a behind-the-scenes look at the world of law. The site provides news and insights about the profession’s most colorful personalities and powerful institutions, as well as original commentary on breaking legal developments.

  5. Simple Justice

    Nothing in this blog constitutes legal advice. It is free, legal advice you have to pay for.

  6. The Criminal Lawyer

    Nathan Burney writes The Criminal Lawyer mainly for his own amusement and that of his sexy sexy followers.  This blog does not constitute legal advice, and does not create or imply any attorney-client relationship. If you have a real legal issue, the internet is not a substitute for a real live lawyer. Your local county bar association should be able to recommend one for you.

  7. All About Advertising Law

    This blog aims to deliver the latest news and developments in advertising and consumer law, paired with thoughtful commentary to inform your business decisions. Topics typically include claim substantiation, competitor litigation, web marketing, sweepstakes/promotions, and a broad range of regulatory issues – FDA, FTC, NAD and CFPB compliance.

  8. Drug and Device Law

    This blog contains the personal views of the Blogging Team identified below (and of any authors of guest posts) concerning various topics that arise in the defense of pharmaceutical and medical device product liability litigation.

  9. Wise Law Blog

    Wise Law Blog features timely articles on legal developments in Canada and the United States, along with commentary on Canadian politics, American politics, technology and noteworthy current affairs. Launched on April 5, 2005, Wise Law Blog also highlights key decisions of Canadian courts, with focus on Ontario Family Law, Ontario Employment Law and other areas of interest.

  10. The Legal Satyricon

    Articles on First Amendment rights, politics, the Internet and current affairs.

  11. ACS Blog

    The American Constitution Society (ACS) believes that law should be a force to improve the lives of all people. ACS works for positive change by shaping debate on vitally important legal and constitutional issues through development and promotion of high-impact ideas to opinion leaders and the media; by building networks of lawyers, law students, judges and policymakers dedicated to those ideas; and by countering the activist conservative legal movement that has sought to erode our enduring constitutional values. By bringing together powerful, relevant ideas and passionate, talented people, ACS makes a difference in the constitutional, legal and public policy debates that shape our democracy.

  12. Law and More

    A blog that breaks down what happens in law.

  13. Real Lawyers Have Blogs

    Real Lawyers Have Blogs represents my best efforts to share information, news, and commentary to help lawyers and other professionals looking to network online, whether it be via blogging or other social media.

  14. Virtual Law Practice

    Stephanie Kimbro writes about ethics and tech issues of delivering legal services online and is interested in the use of tech to increase access to justice.

  15. Technology & Marketing Law Blog

    Discussion of Internet and intellectual property law issues.

  16. 3 Geeks and a Law Blog

    A law blog addressing the foci of 3 intrepid law geeks, specializing in their respective fields of knowledge management, internet marketing and library sciences, melding together to form the Dynamic Trio.

  17. The Jury Room

    Dedicated to understanding the American jury and trends in litigation strategy. You will find posts here exploring how research findings and current events inform: Juror decision-making, uncovering juror bias, how values, attitudes and life experiences affect our choices and decisions, what makes particular witnesses and evidence powerful or pointless … and much more. Sometimes they’ll talk about current events. Sometimes they’ll talk about research. But it will always be research and experience applied to litigation advocacy.

  18. Lawyerist

    Lawyerist is home to the largest online community of solo and small-firm lawyers in the world. Their goal, as always, is to help lawyers build better law practices by bringing together a group of innovative lawyers to share ideas, experiments, and best practices.

  19. The Nutmeg Lawyer

    Legal blog discussing the humorous trials and tribulations of daily law practice.

  20. Law & Daily Life

    Law & Daily Life strives to address the legal questions and circumstances that arise in our everyday lives, including the laws that affect our family life, workplace and personal finances.

  21. But I Do Have a Law Degree

    A former lawyer details the ups and downs of her transition from corporate attorney to stay at home mom.

  22. My Distribution Law

    A blog that focuses on antitrust law, distribution law, and intellectual property law.

  23. TalkLeft

    Liberal crime-related election and political coverage. Offering news releases and other short paragraphs from liberal sources.

  24. Lowering the Bar

    Provides legal humor by Kevin Underhill.

  25. Overlawyered

    Overlawyered.com explores an American legal system that too often turns litigation into a weapon against guilty and innocent alike, erodes individual responsibility, rewards sharp practice, enriches its participants at the public’s expense, and resists even modest efforts at reform and accountability.


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