ATLaw is produced by the editorial staff of the Daily Report, metro Atlanta and Georgia's news and information source for the legal community.
Written by the D.C.-based staff of The National Law Journal, The BLT covers law, lobbying, politics, crime, courts, business and culture in the nation's capital and beyond.
Blawg Review is the blog carnival for everyone interested in law; a traveling post including links and commentary on the best recent law blog articles, hosted by a different blogger every week. Blawg Review is the collaboration of a worldwide community of lawyers, law students and law professors; a law blog project administered by an anonymous Editor.
EDD Update is a collaborative blog authored by more than 20 attorneys, consultants and editors, many of whom are also on the editorial boards of Law Technology News and Law.com's Legal Technology section. The blog covers all things e-discovery, from news of legal developments and product releases to industry analysis and events. Co-managed by editors Monica Bay and Sean Doherty, regular authors include practitioners Robert Ambrogi, George Rudoy (Shearman & Sterling), Matt Kesner (Fenwick & West) and consultants Craig Ball, Michael Arkfeld, Tom Gelbman, Tom O'Connor and George Socha. Submit news items to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bruce Carton is the editor of Securities Docket, a publication covering securities litigation and enforcement report on a global basis. He also is a featured columnist for Compliance Week on securities enforcement and litigation issues, and the author of Compliance Week's Enforcement Action blog. A "blawg pioneer," according to The Wall Street Journal, Bruce was the creator of Securities Litigation Watch, a blog that he wrote for more than three years while he was vice president of ISS' Securities Class Action Services. Bruce is a former senior counsel with the SEC's Division of Enforcement, as well as a former securities litigation partner with one of the world's largest law firms.
Legal Pad is the blog of The Recorder and Cal Law, a daily newspaper and Web site covering the legal industry in California. They are the pre-eminent publications for the California legal community, with a daily e-mail alert for the latest legal news, plus another for case decisions from all California appellate courts, as well as award-winning news coverage and insightful commentary. When its reporters and editors are not producing all that, they drop by Legal Pad to blog about the stuff that might otherwise fall through the cracks.
J. Craig Williams writes daily observations on law and legal news for May It Please the Court. Before becoming a partner with Sedgwick, Detert, Moran & Arnold, and prior to his career as a business litigator, Williams was a broadcaster and a journalist. He obtained his law degree, with distinction, from the University of Iowa College of Law.
Eric Turkewitz litigates and tries medical malpractice and personal injury cases in New York that have resulted in many million dollars awards. He has also argued appeals in New York's Appellate Division First Department and Second Department, as well as the 2nd U.S. Circuit of Appeals. He is the founder of The Turkewitz Law Firm, located in Manhattan, and author of the New York Personal Injury Law Blog, He also once took a year off to travel around the world, has been known to run the occasional marathon, and is the founder and race director of the Paine to Pain 1/2 Marathon Trail Race, which are all fun little trivia facts that have nothing to do with law but which makes his bio more interesting to read. He also has a wife, dog, cat and 2.4 kids.
Robert Ambrogi is a lawyer, writer and media consultant, and he tracks new and intriguing Web sites of interest to the legal profession through his blog LawSites. A longtime legal journalist, Bob has been editor of the National Law Journal, director of the ALM News Service, publisher of The Connecticut Law Tribune, editor of Lawyers Weekly USA and editor of Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly. More recently, he was vice president of the legal consulting firm Jaffe Associates. He writes the Web Watch column for Law Technology News and is author of the book, The Best (and Worst) Legal Sites on the Web.
Bradley Shear is a nationally recognized attorney, consultant, and speaker. His blog, Shear on Social Media Law, discusses the legal issues that social media content providers and users confront. Bradley is on the Board of Advisors for the University of Baltimore’s Center for Sport and the Law. He has worked for the National Football League Players Association, Players, Inc., JPMorgan Chase, and a start up entertainment company. He is the Founder and Managing Partner of the Law Office of Bradley S. Shear, LLC that is based in the Washington, DC metro area. His law firm can be liked on Facebook @shearlaw and he can be followed on Twitter @bradleyshear. Bradley can be reached at email@example.com
Tex Parte is a daily blog from the award-winning editors and reporters of Texas Lawyer. It provides inside information on law firms, courts, in-house counsel and legal developments from across the state that readers won't find anywhere else. Contact editor in chief Colleen McGushin at firstname.lastname@example.org with stories, tips and suggestions.
Monica Bay is editor-in-chief of Law Technology News. She writes a LTN Daily Alert commentary, hosts a monthly podcast (Law Technology Now), and actively uses social media (@commonscold and @lawtechnews). A member of the California bar, Ms. Bay spent 13 years in ALM's San Francisco office, where she was a senior editor at The Recorder and Counsel Connect (Law.com's predecessor). She helped the "Late Show with David Letterman" set up its first website on America Online before moving to New York City in 1998 to oversee LTN. She writes about legal technology, "green law," law firm management and culture, diversity and has been known to pay a little bit of attention on her blog to the New York Yankees.
The Legal Intelligencer Blog features a daily rundown of the day's top news, along with behind-the-scenes accounts by the reporters and editors of The Legal Intelligencer. The blog also includes contributions from The Legal's featured columnists --- lawyers who specialize in a specific niche area -- all written exclusively for the blog. The Legal Intelligencer is Pennsylvania's daily legal news source and is the oldest law journal in the United States.
Joe Mullin is a San Francisco-based reporter for IP Law and Business magazine, a sister publication of The American Lawyer. Online and in print, he writes about the people, politics and controversies of intellectual property law. Before joining the legal press in July 2007, Joe wrote for The Seattle Times and covered the Nevada legislature for The Associated Press. His freelance work has been featured in San Francisco Magazine, The San Jose Mercury News, The Sacramento Bee and other publications. In his pre-journalism life, he rode around San Francisco as a bike messenger, waited tables in a Jerusalem steakhouse and grew dates in the desert.
John Wallbillich writes about the role of the general counsel and corporate law from the inside out at Wired GC. John was general counsel for an energy company in the Midwest for over 12 years and a corporate lawyer (in-house and in private practice) before that. In late 2006, John launched Lexvista Partners, an Ann Arbor, Mich.-based legal advisory and development firm.