ALM Law - ALM is a leading integrated media company serving legal, real estate, financial and business professionals. ALM's publications, events and online properties - including The American Lawyer, Corporate Counsel, Real Estate Forum, LegalTech, Insight Information, GlobeSt.com andLaw.com.
Boston College Subpoena News - The Belfast Project was an oral history of Irish Republican and Loyalist paramilitaries gathered between 2001-2006 and archived in the Burns Library at Boston College. In 2010, the first interviews from the archive were published in the book Voices from the Grave, and featured in the documentary of the same name. These interviews, with former IRA leader Brendan Hughes and former UVF member David Ervine, were made public upon the death of the interviewees as per their agreement with Boston College. In March, 2011, the British Government contacted the U.S. Department of Justice to initiate proceedings which led to the issuing of a sealed subpoena for all materials relating to two interviews in the archive, those of Brendan Hughes and former IRA member Dolours Price. Dolours Price's interviews are still embargoed under the terms of agreement she has with the Burns Library. On 07 Jul 2012, a federal appeals court upheld a lower court's ruling ordering Boston College to turn over confidential materials from its Belfast Oral History Project on Northern Ireland, dealing a blow to researchers' efforts to honor their agreement of secrecy with former IRA members. This site provides updates to this ongoing subpoena threat.
Briefly Writing - Mike Skotnicki's blogging about the process of writing appellate court briefs, appellate court rules, and appellate law.
Butterworths Direct - A leading provider of legal and tax information for practitioners in the UK.
Courthouse News Service - News wire for lawyers comprised of a network of correspondents providing daily reports on new civil cases from federal and state courts.
DailyJournal - 19 newspapers and services, including: Los Angeles Daily Journal, San Francisco Daily Journal, California Lawyer, House Counsel (National), California Lawyers - Directory of Attorneys.
DealLawyers - Dissects M&A flow. Evaluates private-equity involvement, recent arbitrations, cross-border transactions and other issues. It also examines deal technicalities like lock-ups, stapled financings and M&A accounting.
First Mondays - A podcast about the Supreme Court, co-hosted by Dan Epps and Ian Samuel and produced by Melody Rowell. Recorded each week that the Court is in session, Dan and Ian talk about upcoming cases, break down the Term's major (and not-so-major) arguments, analyze opinions, gossip about Court intrigue, and make wildly inaccurate predictions.
In Custodia Legis - A Law Library of Congress blog that covers current legal trends, developments and enhancements in THOMAS, issues in collecting for the largest law library in the world, legal history and arcana and a range of international perspectives including New Zealand, the United Kingdom, Israel, Eritrea and Mexico.
International Law Office (ILO) - Delivers global analysis to lawyers worldwide via email on a free subscription basis. It provides legal developments from around the world, a comprehensive directory of firms and partners, a database of the world's major deals and the legal advisers involved, and a global news round-up.
Internet for Lawyers - Delivering information about free investigative and background research resources available on the Internet.
Jurist - A Web-based legal news and real-time legal research service powered by a mostly-volunteer team of over 30 part-time law student reporters, editors and Web developers led by law professor Bernard Hibbitts at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA.
Lawyers USA - Digests of appellate court decisions, summaries of trial court and administrative court decisions, verdict and settlement reports and other news vital to lawyers in firms of all sizes. Lawyers Weekly publishes newspapers in eight states: Massachusetts, Michigan, Missouri, North Carolina, Ohio, Rhode Island, South Carolina and Virginia.
Legal Research Plus - Legal research instructors at Stanford Law School share what they have learned.
Legal Sanity (Arnie Herz) - Aims to counter the growing problem of lawyer discontent by providing practical information, ideas and advice on remaking the everyday practice of law to achieve optimal outcomes, professional and personal success and work-life balance.
Legal Schnauzer - One couple's encounter with corrupt judges, slimy lawyers, and incompetent prosecutors in Alabama and how you can avoid being cheated by the vermin who make a mockery of our justice system.
Legal Talk Network - Originally produced legal podcasts, hosted by leading attorneys and legal experts.
LexisNexis Communities - Sign-up and gain access to very large collection of legal blogs written by legal professionals, listen to one of the 1,600 legal podcasts featuring legal luminaries, view top cases, get caught up with emerging issues, receive daily newsletter with updates to content that interests, keep current with the latest legal news.
Lexology - Delivers free-to-access legal updates, analysis and insights, publishing over 450 articles every day from 800 leading law firms and service providers worldwide across 50 work areas in 20 languages.
Mealy Legal News and Litigation Reports - Litigation resources and legal news. All of Mealey's titles are available. Immediate access to current issues as well as an editorial archive of all titles from 1990.
National Law Journal - Federal Circuit Court decisions, verdicts, practioners columns, coverage of legislative issues, legal news from the business and private sectors.
New York Law Journal - New York court information, decisional law, and advance word on new statutes and regulations, coupled with practical analysis, scholarly insight, and professional perspective.
Opinio Juris - A forum for informed discussion and lively debate about international law and international relations.
Overlawyered - 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.
Oyez - A multimedia archive devoted to the Supreme Court of the United States and its work. It aims to be a complete and authoritative source for all audio recorded in the Court since the installation of a recording system in October 1955.
Preview - An eight-issue subscription publication that provides, in advance of oral argument, expert, plain-language analysis of all cases given plenary review by the U.S. Supreme Court. Preview issues 1-7 precede the Court's seven argument sessions from October to April. Published in July following the close of the Court's term at the end of June, Preview issue 8 reviews the term using a combination of charts, statistics, case summaries, and essays.
Prism Legal - Focuses on practice support and client-facing systems such as knowledge management, litigation support, portals, interactive client systems, and extranets.
Rethink (IP) - Steve Nipper, Doug Sorocco, and Matt Buchanan all combined to create this weblog, where they talk about new ways of thinking about intellectual property law.
RSS Newsfeeds for Law - Current news in RSS (rich site summary) format for topics related to law and government.
Russian Legal Information Agency (RAPSI) - Founded on in coordination with the Russian Constitutional Court, Russian Supreme Court, Russian Supreme Commercial Court, and RIA Novosti. Provides coverage of Russian and international legal news.
SCOTUSBlog - Supreme Court weblog, brought to you by the D.C. firm of Goldstein, Howe & Russell, P.C.
World Law Bulletin - A monthly publication of the Directorate of Legal Research at the Law Library of Congress.
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