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19 blogs about Law.

  1. Balkinization
    A group blog on constitutional law, theory, and politics. 🇺🇸 More info

    Two Other Quick Takes on the Opinion
    First, the majority says that each House of Congress could (and did) exclude members-elect on Section 3 grounds during Reconstruction. Thus, the opinion (I think) cannot be read to say that exclusion can occur only …
    By Gerard N. Magliocca, 146 words
  2. Constitutionally Speaking
    By Pierre de Vos. 🇿🇦 More info

    All-white, all-male legal teams are wrong on so many levels
    The (at the very least) incestuous practice of appointing all-male and all-white legal teams breeds (or perpetuates) a special kind of elite mediocrity. The only people who seem to be oblivious to this problem are …
    By Pierre De Vos, 1,500 words
  3. /dev/lawyer
    law, technology, and the space between. By Kyle E. Mitchell. 🇺🇸 More info

    Blue Oak Contributor License
    it's just a license
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  4. EJIL: Talk!
    Blog of the European Journal of International Law. More info

    On State Responsibility for Complicity in Genocide: Will South Africa’s “All-In Strategy” Be Effective?
    Introduction As is known, in its recent application brought against Israel before the ICJ, South Africa (SA) invoked the international responsibility of the Respondent for all acts under Article III of the 1948 Genocide Convention. …
    By Eugenio Carli, 2,673 words
  5. Hi, I'm Heather Burns – Blog
    at home in the world. 🇬🇧 More info

    On the world-leading failure of the Conservative vision for internet regulation
    I'm in Politico today, musing about why British internet regulation keeps hopping in circles on one leg.
    By Heather Burns, 28 words
  6. Huey | Home
    I'm interested in the bits of the world where law meets technology. By Huey Lee. 🇸🇬 More info

    Useful RSS feeds for legal practice in Singapore
    So you don't miss anything and don't have to rely on LinkedInOver time I have put together a number of RSS feeds to stay up to date on developments relevant to legal practice in Singapore. …
    By Huey, 313 words
  7. In Custodia Legis
    Law Librarians of Congress. A blog from the Library of Congress. 🇺🇸 More info

    New Law Library Reading Room Display Highlights Children’s Books About Women of the Supreme Court
    The Law Library Reading Room recently got a new addition, just in time for Women’s History Month. In search of ideas to add some visual appeal to the Law Library, Legal Reference Librarian Olivia Kane-Cruz …
    By Sarah Friedman, 420 words
  8. The Law and Policy Blog
    Independent commentary on law and policy from a liberal constitutionalist and critical perspective. By David Allen Green. 🇬🇧 More info

    A close look at the law and policy of holding a Northern Ireland border poll – and how the law may shape what will be an essentially political decision
    10th February 2024 This week Prospect posted something by me on the issue of a potential border poll in Northern Ireland. Please click (and read!) here. This post unpacks that Prospect post – a sort …
    By David Allen Green, 2,462 words
  9. Law and the Multiverse
    Superheroes, supervillains, and the law. By James Daily. 🇺🇸 More info

    She-Hulk: Was Wong in the Wrong?
    (This guest post was written by Scott Maravilla. Thanks Scott! NB: This post includes minor spoilers for She-Hulk episode 3! And in case you’re wondering, I have been keeping up with the series, and I …
    By James Daily, 776 words
  10. Lowering the Bar
    Legal Humor. Seriously. By Kevin Underhill. 🇺🇸 More info

    Roadkill to Become Fair Game in Virginia
    Good news, Virginians—the category of dead animals you can pick up off the side of the road and take home for dinner is about to expand by two. As you should all know by now, …
    By Kevin, 676 words
  11. Of Arms and the Law
    By David Hardy. 🇺🇸 More info

    RIP Chuck Mawhinney
    It's reported that he beat Carlos Hathcock's record. More.
    By David Hardy, 12 words
  12. Patently-O
    The nation's leading patent law blog. By Dennis Crouch, Jason Rantanen. 🇺🇸 More info

    AI and Society: Government, Policy, and the Law at Mizzou
    I am super excited to be part of a big interdisciplinary conference this week here at the University of Missouri where we’ll be focusing on AI and Society: Government, Policy, and the Law. Co-hosted by …
    By Dennis Crouch, 314 words
  13. Privacy News & Issues
    My attempt to increase awareness of privacy news and issues. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Cellebrite asks cops to keep its phone hacking tech ‘hush hush’
    Lorenzo Franceschi-Bicchierai reports: For years, cops and other government authorities all over the world have been using phone hacking technology provided by Cellebrite to unlock phones and obtain the data within. And the company has …
    By Dissent, 71 words
  14. The Privacy Perspective NEW
    Legal blogging on the protection of privacy in the 21st century. By Suneet Sharma. 🇬🇧 More info

    s.230 of the Communications Decency Act – Gonzalez v Google No.21-1333, an upcoming challenge to Internet platforms protections – Citation – US – The Associated Press
    The Associated Press has highlighted, in a long-read, a legal case which looks to challenge the protection of internet platforms under s.230 of the Communications Decency Act. The Supreme Court case concerns liability for YouTube …
    By The Privacy Perspective, 173 words
  15. Property, intangible®
    a blog about ownership of intellectual property rights and its licensing. By Pamela S. Chestek. 🇺🇸 More info

    What We Don’t Know in Warhol – Who the Infringer Is and By Doing What
    I expect to see a lot of reports that the recent Supreme Court decision in Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc. v. Goldsmith held that Andy Warhol’s Prince series of 16 works, or …
    By Pamela Chestek, 650 words
  16. SCOTUSblog
    Devoted to covering the US Supreme Court comprehensively, without bias according to the highest journalistic standards as a public service. 🇺🇸 More info

    Justices set aside university free speech challenge
    ShareAmid the debate over free speech on university campuses, the justices on Monday set aside a decision by a federal appeals court in a case involving whether so-called “bias-response team policies” – procedures created by …
    By Amy Howe, 695 words
  17. Scrivener's Error
    Law and reality in publishing and entertainment (seldom the same thing) from the creator's side of the slush pile. 🇺🇸 More info

    Literacy Barriers
    It's been ten days now, so I think I'm sufficiently calmed down to not bring shame and disgrace on the legal profession with excessively intemperate comments on a recent decision. Frankly, the combination of the …
    By CEP, 66 words
  18. Technology & Marketing Law Blog
    The areas of Internet Law, Intellectual Property and Advertising & Marketing Law. By Eric Goldman. 🇺🇸 More info

    “Assuming Good Faith Online” Essay Published
    I’m pleased to announce the publication of my essay, “Assuming Good Faith Online,” in the Journal of Online Trust and Safety. The published version. This essay has had a more convoluted publication history than most. …
    By Eric Goldman, 338 words
  19. Verfassungsblog – On Matters Constitutional
    An academic and journalistic open access forum of debate on topical events and developments in constitutional law and politics in Germany, the emerging European constitutional space and beyond. 🇩🇪 More info

    Re-Imagining the European (Political) Community through Migration Law
    The constant portrayal of migration as an exceptional and problematic phenomenon fuels public anxieties and makes deterrence and harshness seem like the only effective political approaches to managing global migration. By contrast, positive visions of …
    By Anuscheh Farahat, 2,425 words