Albany Law Faculty Blog
The Albany Law School Faculty Blog is an online forum to share the diverse and engaged scholarship activities of Albany Law’s faculty, students and alumni, while facilitating discussion of cutting-edge issues of law and policy.
Best Practices for Legal Education
Professor Mary Lynch is the editor and frequent contributor to this blog. The goals of this blog are to create a useful Web-based source of information on current reforms in legal education arising from the publication of Roy Stuckey's
Best Practices for Legal Education and the Carnegie Foundation's
Educating Lawyers; and to create a place where those interested in the future of legal education can freely exchange ideas, concerns and opinions.
bestpracticeslegaled.albanylawblogs.org | (RSS)
Constitutionalism & Democracy
Professor Stephen Gottlieb's blog focuses on constitutionalism and democracy in the U.S. and beyond.
constitutionalismanddemocracy.wordpress.com | (RSS)
Forum on Financial Market Regulation
The Institute for Financial Market Regulation is a cooperative project of academics, professionals, and students interested in the operation and regulation of financial markets. The forum is a place to share research, experiences, proposals, and practical wisdom about financial markets. It is edited by Christine Sgarlata Chung, Associate Professor of Law at Albany Law School, and Co-Director, Institute for Financial Market Regulation.
The Future of Change
Professor Ray Brescia writes about social change, particularly the social and technological innovation that helps drive social movements, promote positive social outcomes, reduce inequality and foster community. This blog explores how the ability to combine new tools and techniques with old-fashioned notions of trust and social capital is at the essence of social change in a rapidly changing world.
A blog providing information and analysis concerning the laws, practices and proposed reforms relating to state and local governments across the United States.
Law, Innovation and Entrepreneurship
A blog providing an information hub supporting innovators and entrepreneurs in New York. GLC Staff Attorney Emily Ekland is a frequent contributor to this blog.
New York Court Watcher
Professor Vincent Bonventre is the author of this blog devoted to commentary on developments at the Supreme Court, the New York Court of Appeals, and other state supreme courts nationwide.
newyorkcourtwatcher.com | (RSS)
Other Albany Law School Blogs
Multicultural Initiatives at Albany Law School
The Director of Multicultural Initiatives offers information on issues relevant to all students, faculty and staff; the blog provides a forum for discussion around these issues.
albanylawdiversity.wordpress.com | (RSS)
Center for Judicial Process
A blog driven by law students for an independent organization devoted to the interdisciplinary study of courts and judges.
Schaffer Law Library
The Albany Government Law review
The blog, written by library staff, provides law students, practitioners and other professionals in the legal field with library information, history, and more.
This is the official blog of the Albany Government Law Review. The Fireplace Blog was the first student written and edited law blog in the country to engage in substantive law review-style legal analysis. The students publish brief, researched commentary on recent developments in government law and policy, with an emphasis on New York State government.