Courts, Attorneys, Law, and Ephemera Thereof

Introduction

This page is the culmination of a long time fascination with all aspects of the law, criminal and civil. Over the years, I've managed to collect some unusual items of legal ephemera, which I intend to post here in the near future.

I'll also endeavour to provide a few legally focused links that I've found to be interesting over the years, and pull together some amusing tidbits concerning offbeat litigants, defendants, and plaintiffs, outsize settlements, witty judges, legal edge-cases, and attorneys gone wild. My professional background is in software development and computer security, so many of the items are likely to have a somewhat tech-focused slant to them.

To kick things off, here are a few law sites that I read regularly, and which you may also find to be of interest:

Interesting Legal Links

GroklawFrom Wikipedia: "...Groklaw is an award-winning website covering legal news of interest to the free and open-source software community. Started as a blog on May 16, 2003 by paralegal Pamela Jones ("PJ") at Radio UserLand, it has covered issues such as: the SCO-Linux lawsuits; the EU anti-trust case against Microsoft; and the standardization of Office Open XML."
Underneath Their RobesNews, gossip, and colorful commentary about the federal judiciary.
WSJ Law BlogWSJ.com on law and business and the business of law.
Law - WSJ.comThe Wall Street Journal's Law Page
Landmark Supreme Court CasesInteresting Supreme Court cases
Above the LawAbove the Law, a legal tabloid,covers the legal profession's most colorful personalities and powerful institutions. It offers legal news and gossip about top law firms, Biglaw, profits per partner, associate salaries, law schools, and colorful attorneys and judges.


More to come!