Several people have asked what blogs or other media might be worth turning to after Overlawyered ceases posting this weekend. You can probably guess what some of my own favorites are from the frequency with which I link them: Reason magazine including the Volokh Conspiracy group law professor blog, Cato at Liberty, Marginal Revolution, and Lowering the Bar, to name a few. It’s also true that a lot of activity that was once on blogs is now on Twitter, and Twitter isn’t for everyone.
What are some of your suggestions?
Well, you did ask.
I read (past tense) Overlawyered more often than any of these (daily, in fact), but these are the entries in the Law folder of my browser favorites.
Above the Law: https://abovethelaw.com/
Bench Memos: http://www.nationalreview.com/bench-memos
Center for Class Action Fairness: https://hlli.org/category/news/
Digital Media Law Project: http://www.dmlp.org/
Device Law: https://www.druganddevicelawblog.com/
Food & Ag Law Insights: https://www.foodandaglawinsights.com/
Gideon’s Trumpet: http://gideonstrumpet.info/
Green Bag: http://www.greenbag.org/
Inverse Condemnation: https://www.inversecondemnation.com/
Law & Liberty: http://www.libertylawsite.org/
Letters Blogatory: https://lettersblogatory.com/
Likelihood of Confusion: https://www.likelihoodofconfusion.com/
Litigation & Trial: https://www.litigationandtrial.com/
Lowering the Bar: http://loweringthebar.net/
Misrule of Law: https://misruleoflaw.com/
Overlawyered: http://overlawyered.com/ (er, better scratch that one)
Oyez SCOTUS 2019: https://www.oyez.org/cases/2019
Rebecca Tushnet: https://tushnet.blogspot.com/
Short Circuit: https://ij.org/center-for-judicial-engagement/sc/
Simple Justice: http://blog.simplejustice.us/
Summary, Judgment: https://www.summarycommajudgment.com/
Volokh Conspiracy: https://reason.com/volokh/
One of my favorites is techdirt.com (occasionally cited by OL), especially their coverage of patent and copyright abuses, not compatible with the Constitutional requirement “to promote the progress of science and the useful arts.”