The authors are solicitors and barristers specialising in litigation and with a particular interest in the work of the House of Lords and the UK Supreme Court. BriefBlog describes itself as “the travails of an English intellectual property IT and e-commerce barrister”. The blog is newsy but serious and well informed. In addition, it appeared that many solicitors, barristers and even judges, make fundamental errors of law. Alex Heshmaty is a legal copywriter and journalist with a particular interest in legal technology. It can be accessed by computer or through mobile devices. You can filter the posts shown according to the area of law which interests you.
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There are regular posts on current topics, well presented and easy to read. Legal Project Management Limited is a blog from Antony Smith, a solicitor by training with many years of project based experience working in the legal sector who now helps lawyers become more productive and profitable by the application of project management techniques to all aspects of their business. It is an extensive and thought provoking blog about the future of digital media and the law which covers this. Insurance Law Updates is a blog from barrister Graham Bartlett of Trinity Chambers, Newcastle upon Tyne, dedicated to legal developments and analysis of the ever evolving insurance industry.
Prime topics appearing so far are immigration, citizenship and asylum, and special problems for deaf people in these contexts, covered generally, but not entirely, from a legal point of view.
infolaw offers a range of e-publishing services, including blog setup, configuration and advice, tailored to requirements. lots more. The posts are fully categorised by legal topic so that the “thread” can be followed through to the present position. The editorial team consists of Angus McCullough QC, Rosalind English and Adam Wagner and there are frequent sharp-edged postings which are often picked up on by the national press. The author is TJ McIntyre, Lecturer in the School of Law, University College Dublin. BarristerBlogger comes from Criminal Barrister Matthew Scott of Pump Court Chambers, who specialises in serious crime, including murder, serious sexual and violent offences, offences against children as well as cases involving drugs and fraud.
Suesspiciousminds.com from Andrew Pack, a local government lawyer specialising in family law, is subtitled “Law, nonsense, and the nonsense of law” but is really about family law, care proceedings, court of protection and related topics.