Links to Additional Information for Accident Victims and their Families
- Archivist of the United States: AOTUS stands for archivist fo the United States, and this is his blog. The current archivist is David Ferriero. His job and that of the agency he runs, the National Archives and Records Administration, is to protect and preserve the records of the federal government. What does that entail? Read his blog to find out.
- California Corporate & Securites Law: Keith Bishop, a partner with the California law firm Allen Matkins, covers California securites laws and regulations. corporate governance, the California Department of Corporations, the California Public Employees' Retirement System, the California Secretary of State, pending legislation and rulemaking, quirky California laws, and other topics.
- CaseClothesed: If blogging is fashionable, this blog makes fashion law bloggable. Created, edited and run by students at New York Law School, it covers fashion law and offeres legal perspectives on developments in the fashion industry.
- Crime in the Suites: From the Washington, D.C., Ifrah Law Firm, this blog covers white-collar crime, Department of Justice enforcement, federal sentencing and similar topics. Contributors include the firm's founding partner, Jeff Ifrah, and several associates.
- First One @ One First: This blog has been mentioned in the The New York Times and the ABA Journal and on National Public Radio to name a few places. Georgetown 3L Mike Sacks started it in Janurary with this introduction: "This semester, I have no morning classes. As such, I will be taking advantage of living only minutes from the Supreme Court to pursue a rather unorthodox extracurricular activity: reporting from the court as the first oine in line at One First Street." This he did - and did well. Now, the semester is over, but the blog continues.
- Government Contracts Legal Forum: From the law firm Crowell & Moring, this blog provides news and commentary on legal issues relating to government contracts. With nearly a dozen contributors from the firm's government contracts group, the blog covers such issues as the False Claims Act, cost accounting, public-private partnerships and General Services Administration schedule contracting.
- In Custodia Legis: Launched by the Law Librarians of Congress, this blog features a team of bloggers writing about current legal trends in the U.S. and elsewhere, developments and enhancements to the "Thomas" legislative research service, and cultural intelligence and the law.
- Internet and E-commerce Law Blog: Since, 2005, California solo lawyer David Johnson has written the well-regarded Digital Media Lawyer Blog. More recently, he moved his practice to Epstein, Becker & Green in San Francisco. Soon after, he transformed his former blog into this new one.
- Just Books: The Brennan Center for Justice at New York University School of Law launced this unique site in April, "dedicated to justice, books and ideas." Part blog, part literary review, Just Books features reviews, criticism, essays and excerpts contributed by a range of prominent writers.
- Law Firm Transitions: Focused on how the legal industry can improve the delivery of legal services, Debra Baker addresses the issue from the perspective of law firms.
- Legal Divas Blog: Four women partners with Bowman and Brooke write this blog focused on diversity law. It is intended as a resource for women in law and other professions to keep them up to date on best practices, benchmarking, current issues and trends that impact women in leadership, business and law.
- Legal Vendor Advisory: Focused on how the legal industry can improve the delivery of legal services, Cathy Kenton addresses companies that offer products and services to legal professionals.
- LobbyBlog.com: This new blog targets Washington, D.C. lobbyists, providing news and information on ethics, campaign finance, pay to play, and other lobbying issues. It is published by Lobbyists.info, a website with various resources related to lobbying and lobbying compliance.
- The ZRG Blog:
For roughly a decade, legal researcher Andrew Zimmerman has published Zimmerman's Research Guide, http://law.lexisnexis.com/infopro/zimmermans, an online encyclopedia for legal researchers. At long last, he has launched this blog to keep his readers informed of updates to the guide.
- Trademarks + Brands: Launched by the trademark research company CT Corsearch, this trademark blog is intended to be a resource for industry best practices, expert opinions and news. Topics it covers include trademark infringements, industry buzz, vertical happenings, unique marks and major events.
- Vigil for Arielle: Two hundered people gathered to offer support and prayers to the family of Arielle Parker, a recent graduate of Grimlsey High School and soon-to-be freshman at Wingate University who was killed in a car crash in Monroe, North Carolina on August 14, 2010.