Unlike last week when a majority of the launches were non-traditional law blogs, we see more of the conventional variety this week. That’s not a bad thing though as all six are on very focused and unique topics. On top of the six launches, we also were able to take a redesigned blog live as well. Here they are:
- The Wrongful Conviction Lawsuit Defense Blog is authored by attorneys Andrew Hale and Avi Kamionski of Chicago-based Andrew M. Hale & Associates. They cover DNA exonerations, pardons and many past wrongful convictions.
- The Trial Law Report, managed by John Day and Brandon Bass, is much more than a basic law blog, offering multiple resources on tort law in Tennessee.
- Updated by Chris Jaglowitz and Andrea Krywonis of Gardiner Miller Arnold, the Ontario Condo Law Blog aims at providing information to condominium corporations both in and outside the greater Toronto area.
- The Mississippi Business Litigation Blog is written by James N. Adams, Jr. of Neese & Adams law firm. He writes on Mississippi’s Court of Appeals and Supreme Court, litigation strategy, contracts and many other topics.
- Written by Charles Ramsay, the Minnesota DWI Defense blog covers breath testing, police misconduct, ethics and other relevant subjects.
- The Youth Services Litigation Blog is authored by Canton, Georgia attorney Deborah A. Ausburn. She provides insight and commentary for day care centers, camping programs, private schools and other youth-serving organizations.
Also worth noting: A redesigned version of Joel Fuhrman‘s Disease Proof also went live this week. This medical blog with quality insight has been around for a while and is often featured in our daily LexBlogsphere roundups.