There are nearly 900 articles posted on this blog, on subjects ranging from John Ashcroft to Mark Zuckerberg. Some have been discussed by The New York Times, The Atlantic, or Vanity Fair. Some have been referenced by the Wall Street Journal Law Blog or the Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance, some have prompted reports by Reuters and the Associated Press, and some have been cited in law review articles written by sitting judges. Some have attracted comments from the very people the posts are about. This blog has also won awards from legal publishers like Lexis-Nexis and the American Bar Association’s magazine, the ABA Journal.

If you’re here, liked what you read, and are looking for more, you could read the Archives directly, try browsing through some of the more popular categories and tags. I’ve written a lot about issues like Tort ReformDefensive MedicineLegal WritingLawyer MarketingJunk ScienceSanctions in Civil Litigation, and the Supreme Court. Some of my posts are also archived into categories like Personal InjuryMedical Malpractice, Consumer ProtectionIntellectual PropertyThe Business of LawContingent Fee Litigation, Legal MalpracticeAutomobile AccidentsTips For Law StudentsCivil RightsBrain FoodSpecial CommentComplex LitigationAshcroft v. IqbalBusiness Lawsuits, or Whistleblower Litigation. I’ve also written several times about

If you’re not looking for posts on a specific topic, below is a selection of some of the most popular posts on this site, as measured by links, traffic, or discussion on other sites. [Note: I haven’t updated this list since November 2011; I’ll fix that soon.]

Articles on legal issues in the news:

Articles on how the law affects everyday situations:

Articles on the practice of law:

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