5 Blogs about Civil War

Whether you are a student of law, a current practitioner or someone who is just interested in the law specifically civil law - finding the right online blog could potentially be quite tedious. Here we are going to look at the top 5 civil law blogs and give a bit of information about the things that they post.

1) On The Civil Side Blog

This blog was created because the students and professors and UNC school of government believed that Civil law had to potential to be just as interesting as and possibly exciting as criminal law (they also have an extremely successful criminal law blog). On The Civil Side is one of the best blogs to look out for because it caters for people interested in legal matters fromdifferent backgrounds - students, teachers, court personnel etc and they write about a number of different cases relating to small claims court, juvenile cases, district and superior court and many more. So as you can see they cover a wide range of topics.

2) SCOTUS Blog (Supreme Court Of The United States)

The SCOTUS blog is not solely dedicated to Civil Law, you are able to find writings about other parts of the law here too. However, it section on civil law has been recommended as one of the best. This blog was originally created by a husband and wife couple who worked for SCOTUS to share with the public the cases that they had come across. It soon became so popular that they had to hire other writers to help out. The page touches on Civil law cases, to criminal law to death penalties.

3) The Yellow Shoe Civil Law Blog

The yellow shoe civil law blog covers a wide range of topics that come under civil law. It is easy to follow with headings and a short abstract of the blog for you to view before you click on it. The blogs that they post are more likely catered for law students and those who have an interest in the topic.

4) Civil Procedure & Federal Courts Blog

This blog is written by four professors of law, and is classed as one of the top civil law blogs out there. The professors that write the blogs are all current and up to date, all of which work and teach in some of the top law schools in the country. The best thing about this blog is they have a somewhat interactive feature in the form of links to ongoing cases that they may be referring too in their posts.

5) Law Blog

Like the SCOTUS blog it is not 100% dedicated to civil law. Having said that if you search civil litigation it brings up over 1300 blog posts about civil law cases that cover a wide range of topics.

There are a number of great blogs to follow if you have an interest in law, whether that be personal or academic. The ones you want to look out for are those that cover anything from district law, medical malpractices all the way up to the supreme court.

-- ZylaCourtney - 29 May 2017
Topic revision: r1 - 29 May 2017, ZylaCourtney
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