Undervisited Blawgs:
I don't control the blogroll in these parts, so I thought I would point out three underappreciated blawgs that would be on my blogroll if I had one: Appellate Law & Practice, which reviews and summarizes recent appellate court decisions; Legal Fiction, which offers thoughtful and interesting left-of-center commentary on law and politics; and CrimLaw, by Virginia defense attorney Ken Lammers, which is mostly about, well, criminal law. Check them out if you're interested.
42USC1983 (mail):
True, true. CrimLaw is the best from-the-trenches blawg out there, and doesn't get the props it deserves. Thanks for linking to it. I'm amazed by AL&P's relatively light traffic. Then again, mostly hardcore law nerds read it, so maybe that's what they're going for. Even at 1K+ visitors per day, legal fiction is underread.
9.7.2005 4:07pm
Scott Ferguson (mail) (www):
I've added these three blogs to the PunditDrome Lawyers page.
9.7.2005 4:35pm
Thanks for the link to Appellate Law &Practice. Frankly, Bashman's constant self-congratulation for posting about something first is tiresome, as is his rather obvious political bias, as his thoroughly unnecessary and off-message instapunditry.

Appellate Law &Practice is a much more straightforward place to catch appeals court developments, and I'll be bookmarking it from now on.
9.7.2005 5:23pm
San Francisco lawyer (mail) (www):
Hi, just came across your blog. I enjoyed it ...most informative.

I've been reviewing other legal blogs and I book marking the standouts.

Well, needless to say, I have bookmarked your blawg.

I also write a blawg. Actually, it's more of a collection of Internet Tech tips/observations to inform legal web site owners how to achieve improved search engine standings while avoiding the many Internet scams.

My blawg legal advice library site is still very much a work in progress. My legal directory San Diego attorneys site is the flagship of our 15 legal directory sites that cover California, Texas and Las Vegas.

Please visit and check them out if you have the time
9.7.2005 5:52pm
Ken Lammers (mail) (www):

Thanks for the kind words. I think I'm probably too much of a niche to ever get hits on the level seen here but it's always fun to watch the jump when I get linked to by one of the big dogs.

Hopefully, the people who drop by will like what they see (today was about crime from an Australian perspective).
9.7.2005 5:53pm
Larry (mail):
The problem with these blogs is that they are not like Powerline or this blog. I mean who wants to read AL&P? It is just a bunch of boring legal cases written by "pointy-headed lawyers." It would be better if it recited political slogans or complained how being oppressed by Bush or NASD.
9.7.2005 9:33pm
Matt Barr (mail) (www):
The most indispensable coverage of recent Supreme Court news has, I think, been at Article II Groupie's Underneath Their Robes. (That and Goldstein's sites)

9.7.2005 9:41pm
Matt Barr (mail) (www):
That's Article III Groupie, of course. Article II Groupie is here.
9.7.2005 9:42pm
Larry (mail):
I think JAG Central is the real Article II Groupie, but at time this blog seems like it is just a groupie to the executive branch.
9.7.2005 10:20pm
Article III Groupie (mail) (www):
Thanks for the kind words, Matt!
9.17.2005 5:36pm