Crim Law: Written by a lawyer in Virginia, this blog explores issues of criminal law.Balkinization: Balkanization, although named after one contributer, is a group blog with over 20 regular contributers.The Volokh Conspiracy: This hugely popular group blog is named after one of its authors, Eugene Volokh, and covers a vast range of Legal issues, usually from a libertarian or conservative viewpoint.Wallstreet Journal Law Blog: The Journal’s Law Blog is a mixture of business and law topics.The Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation: Information on Corporate Governance from the biggest name in American education.
Becker-Posner: Two experts – Gary Becker and Richard Posner – each give their own opinion on controversial issues. The Legal Pulse: The Washington Legal Foundation’s blog about freedom, justice and democracy.
PT-Law Mom: A single mother tells a very personal story about dealing with divorce, dating, raising a child, working full time and attending law school.
Legal Geekery: This blog covers different topics in law and technology in a funny yet informative way.
Tax Prof Blog: One of the most popular of the Law Professor Blog Network, Paul L.
Cardon’s incredibly thorough Tax Prof Blog covers Tax Law issues and news.