Top 10 in Law Blogs

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

It’s Friday and that means we’ve got a fresh batch of our favorite blog posts from the past week all hand-picked by members of our publishing team. COVID-19 remains top of mind for many legal bloggers as they continue to deal with everything from changing travel restrictions, new local orders and unvaccinated employees. We also have posts about workers compensation, advice on creating an alumni relations program and even references to a recent Marvel television…
It’s week two for our new format and the freshly titled The Best of Law Blogging. Once again you’re getting two perspectives from our publishing team as Alec and Michelle have selected their favorite posts from the LexBlog community over the last week. This Friday we have posts about vaccine passports in Canada, changes to the California background check system and the importance of making lists when estate planning. Michelle’s picks UK further delays border
Our Top 10 in Law Blogs has a new name—The Best of Law Blogging. With the addition of Alec Downing to our publishing team, we now have two different perspectives on what a good blog post looks like. This week’s collection features—of course—the new COVID-19 Action Plan alongside pizza and trademarks and the all-too-common zoom fatigue. Michelle’s Picks Coming Soon: Employers Required To Ensure Employees Are Vaccinated Or Regularly Tested – President Biden’s Sweeping COVID-19
The Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine is FDA approved which means more and more COVID-related questions. Aside from those, we take a look at mental health and wellness, some of the natural disasters occurring throughout the U.S. and law firm diversity (or the lack thereof). Before you head into the long weekend, be sure to check out some of the best in blogging from the week. Write to the medium Why Yoga Makes Me A Better Attorney
Welcome back to another Top 10 in Law Blogs—a compilation of some of the best legal news and commentary coming out of the LexBlog community this week. Not only are you sure to come away with some new information, but you’ll see some of the best blogging in action. We’ve got it all—pieces on tax audits, a COVID-related ruling out of Pennsylvania, the right for employees to disconnect and more. Write to the medium The
We had a bunch of original, unique posts come out of our community this week and we want to applaud and recognize those efforts. Bloggers took the time to reflect on circumstances going on in their own lives and formulate posts, connect cases years apart and apply national trends to their respective industries. Write to the medium Don’t forget: The Senate can’t pass a reconciliation bill until the House passes a budget resolution Starting a…
It’s the end of another week, and as usual here at LexBlog, we’re taking a look back at the best in legal blogging. We’ve curated 10 criteria-specific blog posts covering a variety of issues, with a heavy focus this week on workplace-related vaccine questions among other topics.  Write to the medium Yes You Can: The Employer Vaccine Mandates Are Here We’re kicking things off with a timely post from Dan Schwartz of Shipman & Goodwin…
Happy Friday! It’s time for our weekly Top 10 in Law Blogs. This week, with rising cases of the COVID Delta variant, we saw a heavy focus on the legal questions surrounding vaccinations and return-to-work policies. Additionally, federal government updates on labor, state legislative changes, IP updates, and more punctuated our weekly rundown. Read on for some interesting post ideas, as well as examples from our community of how to write a great blog post.…
After a year-long delay, the Olympics are beginning today and there’s been plenty of content for our legal bloggers on the global matter. That definitely dominated the headlines in our community this week as bloggers put the worldwide sporting event into different contexts. Aside from that, though, we have new executive orders, digital marketing predictions and COVID Q&As. Write to the medium The 4 stages of perfecting contract automation You should always have your audience…
The days are getting hotter and the blog posts are getting better and better. Seriously, it never gets any easier to select just 10 posts out of the hundreds that come out of our community each week. We feature some posts from law students alongside some seasoned veterans, touching on relevant topics such as OSHA citations, passport policy updates and regulating off-campus speech. Write to the medium DOJ intervenes on data whistleblower’s suit We talk…