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Creative Commons offers innovative intellectual property strategies and licenses as alternatives to full-fledged copyright to enable citizens of the Internet to share their work -- and the power to reuse, modify, and distribute their work -- with others on generous terms (such as "Some rights reserved" or even "No rights reserved").
A free and easy to use resource for finding understandable legal information without all legalese.
A blog about law, literature, and the humanities. Sponsored by the Law & Humanities Institute
Political, Social, and Homo Writings for Which the First Amendment May or May Not Have Been Intended
A collection of resources for lawyers, who write. From Raymond Ward, an appellate lawyer with Adams and Reese LLP in New Orleans.
I had a weblog before. This is my new one. I went to law school. But now I've written a novel. It's based on this other blog I've been writing (click here). This blog is to talk about that process, and whatever else I feel like writing about. I'll try to make it worth your while. I'm sometimes funny. Sometimes. Thanks for stopping by.
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The continuing adventures of a lawyer, a registered nurse, a three-legged dog, and two zany ferrets.
Advocates tort reform by exploring an American legal system that too often turns litigation into a weapon against guilty and innocent alike, erodes individual responsibility, rewards sharp practice, enriches its participants at the public's expense, and resists even modest efforts at reform and accountability.
Two anonymous lawyers discuss law, politics and pop culture (in a manner reminiscent of the Foreign Service Board cheating scene in the classic 1985 Cold War spoof "Spies Like Us").
A weblog consisting of these posts with alternating layers of, typically, thoughts, tools, tricks, tips and other ingredients for a successful learning experience in law school and beyond.
The Project for Attorney Retention (PAR) studies work/life issues in legal employment. Its web site, www.pardc.org, includes information for lawyers and law firms about non-stigmatized part-time programs, best practices for retaining attorneys through alternative work schedules, and how part-time really is at different firms.
Denise's musings about life in law school, transgender issues, and other odds and ends
AutoMuse®, call it a blawg, blog, or just downright useful information on automotive consumer and legal issues, including diminished value, the Used Car Review™, collision repair, insurance, fair market value, valuations, law, cars, trucks, car, truck, vehicles, consumer, government, attorneys, lawyers, Like Exchange™, and what makes a car blog, car blawg, auto blog, or auto blawg.
The Frugal Law Student is a blog dedicated to helping law students mitigate their crippling law school debt. Everyday The Frugal Law Student posts on how law students can save money and succeed in law school.
After almost ten years of practicing trial law, I left in order to work toward a healthier life balance. The most powerful part of the next two years was caring for my terminally ill father. After Dad died in the fall of 2001, I decided to be a full-time mom for a while before returning to law.
Blawging Alberto Gonzales, the U.S. Attorney General and Pres. George W. Bush's longtime lawyer