List of All Law Blogging Experts
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Updated: May, 2016
by David Lat
David Lat is the founder and managing editor of Above the Law. The site provides news and insights about the profession’s most colorful personalities and powerful institutions, as well as original commentary on breaking legal developments.
by Keith Lee
Within just a few months of starting, Keith's blog became one of the most popular legal blogs in the USA. It’s been featured all over the place, online and in print.
by Dan Harris & Steve Dickinson
This blog is discussing the practical aspects of Chinese law and how it impacts business there. Explaining what works and what does not and what you as a businessperson can do to use the law to your advantage. Their aim is to assist businesses already in China or planning to go into China.
by Jim Walker
The New York Times describes Jim as "a maritime lawyer in Miami who has attended more than half a dozen Congressional hearings about cruise ship crime and passenger safety." Jim has been involved in maritime litigation since 1983.
by Mark Bennet
Just lawyers helping people. Mark is a Houston criminal-defense lawyer. Many bloggers, credit Mark Bennett with inspiring and encouraging them early on in their blogging careers.
by Jeff Richardson
iPhone J.D. is a for lawyers who use the iPhone, the iPad, and other iOS devices. ABA Journal named iPhone J.D. the best Legal Technology blog in 2010, 2011 and 2013, and added it to its Hall of Fame in 2014.
by Gene Quinn
IPWatchdog.com is the leading intellectual property law blog on the internet. In 2014 they were also inducted into the ABA Blawg Hall of Fame.
by Jonathan Turley
Professor Jonathan Turley is a nationally recognized legal scholar who has written extensively in areas ranging from constitutional law to legal theory to tort law.
by Tessa Shepperson
Tessa is an English lawyer specialising in residential landlord and tenant law. The purpose of her blog is to provide information, comment and discussion.
by Richard Keyt
Richard Keyt is a Phoenix attorney who has been practicing Arizona law since 1980. He practices primarily in the areas of real estate law, LLC formation (3,600+ Arizona LLCs formed since 2001), business law, commercial transactions, estate planning and probate.
by Robert Ambrogi
Robet founded Law Sites blog in 2002 to post news and reviews of websites of interest to the legal profession. He is a lawyer and consultant, who also writes about legal technology and social media.
by Sam Glover
Sam Glover is the founder of Lawyerist, and he writes, speaks, and podcasts about legal technology, law practice management, marketing, and more.
by Ron Coleman
Ron is one of the best-known lawyers in the “blogging” world, he is the volunteer general counsel of the Media Bloggers Association. He blogs about trademark, copyright, free speech and internet law in general.
by Walter Olson
Overlawyered explores an American legal system that too often turns litigation into a weapon against guilty and innocent alike, erodes individual responsibility, rewards sharp practice, enriches its participants at the public’s expense, and resists even modest efforts at reform and accountability.
by Kevin O'Keefe
Real Lawyers Have Blogs represents Kevin's best efforts to share information, news, and commentary to help lawyers and other professionals looking to network online, whether it be via blogging or other social media.
by Stacey E. Burke
Stacey E. Burke is both an experienced trial lawyer and law firm business consultant. She works with lawyers and law firms around the world to improve their business development, marketing, and infrastructures.
by Matt Homann
Matt is the author of the award-winning legal blog “the [non]billable hour,” where he shares innovative ways for lawyers and other professionals be better at what they do. In 2009, he was named a “Legal Rebel” by the American Bar Association Journal.
by Kevin M. LaCroix
Kevin is the author of the Internet weblog, The D&O Diary, which the New York Times called “influential” and the Wall Street Journal described as “widely followed.”
by Preston Clark
Law Insider is a leading LegalTech and Business of Law blog that’s dedicated to tracking trends in LegalTech, profiling start-ups, interviewing legal innovators, reviewing technology and otherwise keeping our fingers on the pulse of all things LegalTech.
by Stephen Fairley
Stephen is the CEO of The Rainmaker Institute, the nation’s largest law firm marketing company specializing in lead conversion for small to medium size law firms.
by Gavin Ward
WardBlawg is a high quality legal blogging service, helping law firms, lawyers and other legal professionals contribute to law 2.0 from around the world and to help them enhance their own legal practices by maximising their use ofsocial media.