Blawg Review hosted this week by workplace law professors
Alternative dispute resolution practitioners who specialize in workplace conflict will want to visit this week's edition of Blawg Review, the review of the best of the week in legal blogging, hosted by the Workplace Prof Blog.
A member of the Law Professor Blogs Network and co-authored by law professors Richard Bales and Paul Secunda, this blog tracks and reports on developments in labor and employment law, including matters relating to alternative dispute resolution and the workplace, particularly arbitration. (Workplace Prof Blog is also listed in the World Directory of ADR Blogs.)
Next week's Blawg Review will also be of interest to those of us in the conflict resolution field--it is hosted on Monday, September 11, by Case Western Reserve University School of Law's Institute for Global Security and Law Policy blog.
For those of you unfamiliar with Blawg Review, it constitutes a vital resource for news, ideas, and information regarding law and jurisprudence. If you practice or study law, if your work occupies the nexus between law and other fields, if staying informed about trends in legal issues matters to you, Blawg Review is your source. Or, if you simply want to be a better blogger, introduce yourself to Blawg Review, which each week introduces readers to exemplars of blogging excellence, as well as links to articles like uberbloggers Jim Calloway and Tom Mighell’s recent work, "Blawg: Marketing Your Practice with a Weblog", appearing in the American Bar Association's Law Practice Management Today--with advice that works for mediators, too.