Top 10 in Law Blogs

A weekly roundup of the best posts from the LexBlog Community.

You’ve come to the right place if you’re looking to see what’s new in the legal world—as well as check out some great examples of blogging done right. This week actually caters to those in the legal profession more than usual, which is appropriate considering it’s Well-Being in Law Week. Check out the top 10 posts from our community this week that highlight ongoing trademark cases, password management and the impossibility of zero risk in…
Ever thought about the similarities between the auto industry and today’s legal market? How about what a post-pandemic world will look like for lawyers? These are just two of the many interesting topics covered in this week’s Top 10 round-up. Read on to learn more about what the Biden administration has accomplished these first 100 days as well as some tips from Clio to improve your legal writing. Top 10 President Biden creates Task Force
Every blog post featured in this week’s line-up is a fantastic example of blogging done right. We have bloggers providing us with timely information—Sheppard Mullin offering a great blog post on President Biden’s newest Executive Order—and bloggers taking the time to craft detailed, informational posts on the longer side—Clio sharing a great breakdown on boutique firms versus Big Law. You can’t go wrong with any of these picks from our top ten. Read on to…
We’re back with another Top 10 in Law Blogs! Taking a look at our community’s posts this week, there’s a clear theme on new cannabis and privacy law. Members also discuss pertinent topics such as how the Biden administration is expected to handle healthcare fraud, new CDC guidance, and what to do with an uptick in Title IX cases. Top 10 LGBT Workers in Japan Push for Equality Before Tokyo Olympics Victoria Breese of The
It’s the end of another long week, and what better way to unwind than by taking a look at some of the top blog posts in our legal community? Legal bloggers cover the George Floyd trial, the rise of SPACs, and the increase of unionization in the cannabis industry. They also offer tips for law students and advice for firms looking to build future leaders. Top 10 5 Tech Tools for Law School Cole Reynolds
In a slightly quieter week for the news cycle, we saw a lot of variety among our community as they took to reporting on less time-sensitive topics. A few look at reports that came out—regarding air quality and toxic lead exposure—while others detail labor topics such as casual employment, the ERA, and handling racism in the workplace. Top 10 50 years later, women still lack constitutional protections offered by the ERA Jayne Reardon of Illinois
With the passing of the American Rescue Plan, many legal bloggers have been applying different aspects of the new act to their particular niche—answering how it will assist restaurant owners, employers, and taking a look at the Connectivity Fund. Aside from that, our top 10 covers the tragic events that went down in Atlanta, paid leave for vaccination, and more. Top 10 Sex, Race, and Violence in Atlanta Zachary Margulis-Ohnuma of ZMO Law provides his…
We’ve passed the one-year mark of the start of the pandemic and international quarantining. This week’s batch of law blogs focuses on just that, taking a look at how our world has adapted to and changed as a result of COVID-19, as well as current legislation surrounding the workplace and the virus. Though there is now a clear light at the end of the tunnel with vaccines becoming more and more accessible, the transition to…
If you have any labor and employment questions this week, we’re bound to have some of the answers. Our top 10 this week features insights on topics such as potential leave bills in California and the new FFCRA version passed by the House. Other than that, members of the community published on artificial intelligence, trademarking, and price gouging. Top 10 40 Under Forty Feature – Jess Bednarz After the recognition of Jess Bednarz as a…