There are so many witty and informative law blogs that it can be difficult to read them all. This list is in no way a comprehensive list of all the truly exciting legal discussions that occur from day to day, but we hope that it does help you dive into some interesting posts and legal discussions.
TOP LAW BLOGS
At Counsel Table
Alex Craigie is a lawyer in Southern California, and at his blog, At Counsel Table, he writes about “the Craft and Business of the Courtroom Lawyer.”
Lawyer Paul N. Luvera has been representing people for over 50 years. Needless to say, he’s tried hundreds of cases and shares the legal knowledge gained from such extensive experience.
Eric Turkewitz has litigated New York personal injury and medical malpractice cases for over 25 years. This blog is filled with insights acquired from those experiences.
May It Please the Court
Begun in 2003, J. Craig Williams blogs about all things law with pith and aplomb.
Dallas, Texas personal injury lawyer Bob Kraft’s blog centers around government agencies and insurance companies that mistreat injured or disabled people.
He also maintains an extensive list of “Interesting Blogs & Sites,” which are well worth a look.
Seattle Lawyer Karen Koehler keeps her blog active, and also maintains a must read section titled “Trial Diaries.”
With nearly 250 columns there is a lot to dig through here. Among other legal topics Mark, discusses legal writing, the difference between law in the UK and in the United States, and practice pointers.
From the law blog: “Persuasive Litigator aims to provide litigators and other devotees of legal persuasion with practical tips and innovative litigation strategies spanning pretrial and trial phases, for jury, bench, and arbitration settings.”
Lawyer Max Kennerly blogs about personal injury, medical malpractice, tort reform, automobile accidents, civil rights, and many other issues as well.
Started in 2002, Robert A. Ambrogi’s law blog focuses on providing news and reviews of websites pertinent to the legal community. He also hosts the longest continually running legal podcast, Lawyer2Lawyer.
This one is a mandatory inclusion, the official blog of the Supreme Court of the United States.