For the month of March, I am going to use my Link of the Day feature to highlight legal blogs that I think are interesting and useful. Some may not be directly related to personal injury or Social Security disability law, but all of us who represent injured and disabled people occasionally need help in other areas. Today’s entry in March of the Blogs:
Rochester, New York attorney Nicole L. Black publishes Sui Generis – a New York Law Blog. Nicole provides comprehensive legal research and writing services, including appeals, on a contract basis to attorneys across New York State and beyond. She offers a broad range of services, including: 1) conducting in-depth legal research, 2) drafting all types of documents, including memoranda of law and appellate briefs, and 3) preparing dispositive motions, including Motions for Summary Judgment.
Sui Generis is a law blog for New York attorneys. Decisions from all Appellate Divisions and the New York Court of Appeals are summarized on a nearly daily basis, with a focus on cases of interest to civil litigators and criminal practitioners. Important updates regarding the rules and procedures for the federal and New York appellate courts are also provided on a regular basis.
Civil rights issues are also a focus of this blog and important news and decisions on this front are followed and featured regularly, as are interesting legal related news stories.
Other regular features of this blog include “Define That Term” in which readers are invited to guess the meaning of a legal term, an occasional “Comedic Break” which features humorous courtroom outtakes and law related jokes, a “Monday New York Blawg Round Up” and a Wednesday “New York Legal News Round Up.”