Law students, fresh faces, returning bloggers, we’ve got it all as ten publications join the LexBlog Network this week. They come to us in varying ways, some via Syndication and others with a little help on our end. We’ve got three law student bloggers, a blog covering special needs law, and advice on balancing your work and social life.

  • The first new face joining the LexBlog Network this week is Paul Mollica, who uses his appellate experience to share developments in civil procedure, evidence, and jurisdictional law. His recently launched blog, Paul Mollica’s Federal Courts Blog, is aptly named.
  • While we always welcome fresh faces, it’s nice to see practicing lawyers like Carl Neff come back to launch yet another publication. Neff is a Partner and longtime blogger with Fox Rothschild, now taking his blogging career a step further with his second blog, Delaware Business Dispute Blog.
  • LexBlog is always happy to provide a free blogging platform to law students, and the newest one comes from UNH Franklin Pierce School of Law student, Ji Hye Hwang. Her interests lie in copyright and trademark laws, but you can expect to see some immigration and consumer law posts in the future too at her blog, Law from the East to the West.
  • Though they are a full-service Texas law firm with three offices in the Lone Star state, Gray Reed is bigger than that with lawyers licensed to practice law in 21 different states. They bring that depth of knowledge to bear launch of M&A Insights, their sixth publication on the LexBlog Platform—this one offering insights from 11 lawyers, covering a myriad of topics related to mergers and acquisitions.
  • We have another law student joining us over on the East Coast, this time from the New England School of Law. Daniel Weeks‘ appropriately titled blog, It Depends takes a look at a number of broad legal issues that are often met with the generic answer, well it depends. Weeks sets out to provide a more useful commentary on topics that have differing answers by jurisdiction.
  • Nora Bergman‘s experience as a certified mediator, professor, and bar executive make her the perfect person to share advice on balancing your life and your law practice.
  • Known as one of the country’s leading experts on the ADA, William Goren is working to make related laws understandable so that everyone from employers to employees understand what it means to comply with them. He writes about this on his blog, Understanding the ADA, which we’re thrilled to have join our community and be published on the LexBlog Platform.
  • Our third law student this week is Laura Steinbach from Georgia State College of Law. Her blog, titled Automating Family Law Court Forms in Colorado focuses on making the difficult divorce process a little more bearable—and a big part of that is making it more affordable through technology.
  • Joining us via Syndication is Shawn Sedaghat, who shares his seasoned insights on legal marketing on his blog. He’s been through what other lawyers are going through—and he’s been going through it for a whopping 25 years since the start of his law firm that practices immigration law.
  • Speaking of experience, Annette Hines has been practicing Special Needs, Elder Law, and Estate Planning for over twenty years. She is one of the founders of the Special Needs Companies and more recently, the author of her very own blog.