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List of Legal Blogs: F - H

Family Law Prof Blog

Fashion Law Blog

Federal Civil Practice Bulletin

Federal Crimes Blog

Federal Defender D-Web Law Blogs

fedlawyerguy.org

Feedmelegal

Feminist Law Professors

Fifth Circuit Blog

First Circuit Federal Defender Blog

f/k/a . . .

Florida Asset Protection Blog

Florida Divorce * Child Custody * Domestic Violence Law

Florida Intellectual Property Blog

Florida Legal Research BlogFlorida Mediator

Florida Probate Litigation Lawyer

Florida Vioxx News and Information

Follow the Flag

Fourth Amendment.com

Fourth Circuit Blog

Franchise Law Blog

Frederic R. Abramson's Law, Culture & Current Events

Freedom to Tinker

Freedom Now

From Engineer to Lawyer

from milan to mumbai

FSU College of Law Library Blog

FUMARE

Furd Log


 

Gahtan’s Technology and Internet Law Blog

Garlo Ward, PC

Geoff's LawGems

George's Employment Blawg

Georgia Family Law Blog

Gideon’s Guardians

Gideon’s Promise

GigaLaw.com

Gilbert Submits

GlennReynolds.com

Goldman’s Observations

Greatest American Lawyer

GreenCounsel.com

Greplaw

Grotian Moment: The Saddam Hussein Trial Blog


 

Harmful Error 

Harriet Miers’s Blog!!! 

Have Opinion Will Travel

Heafey Headnotes

Health Care Blog Law

HealthLawProf Blog

Higher Ed Law 

Home Office Lawyer

Hoosier Lawyer

Hounded, Cowed, and Badgered 

House of Butter

Houston's Clear Thinkers 

How Appealing 

HR Lawyer’s Blog

Hugh Hewitt.com

Hurricane Law Blog

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Not sure if you are reading these blogs or not before you post them, but I of course checked out In re: (the other one) and it is what you could say dormant (last post 2003) only about 8 posts total, so I'd say not useful to have it listed.

Then the next one I clicked on was the Harriet Miers one, again fairly dormant, not too useful (my opinion) based on its content.
Then I remembered anonymous lawyer, because someone mentioned it in BA last semester as a way to learn about corporate law life, only to have someone point out that it was written by a law student.

So basically my question to you is are you trying to list everything you can, or are you trying to have any kind of standards and whittle them down, I only ask becasue I feel that in terms of usefulness having these 'random' blogs on here will only bring down the quality. Of course I might have missed something about what you were doing so I appologize for that. Anway, good luck with it all.

Posted by: Edward Olszsewski | Mar 9, 2006 1:26:18 AM

I'll recommend my site, www.followtheflag.net, which doesn't get the updates it should, but then again, it deals with a narrow area of the law.

Posted by: Alan | Mar 9, 2006 3:49:34 PM

I really recommend Jafari Law Group's web site since you can find many information at this site. You can also go to ipnow.jafarilawgroup.com for case reviews...

Posted by: Shawn | Feb 27, 2007 5:12:51 PM

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