Atty Bloggers Find Niche Tracking Federal Appeals Courts

By Dan Packel (March 16, 2018, 6:02 PM EDT) -- A minuscule but committed group of attorneys have toiled away blogging on specific federal appeals courts, not only bolstering their skills as practitioners and building a name for themselves as authorities but also shining a light on important courts that often want for dedicated attention.

While attorneys spending time blogging on the federal circuit courts are building expertise and carving out their own quiet niche, they're not exactly drawing heavy traffic or winning conventional media awards, the way that U.S. Supreme Court heavyweight SCOTUSblog has over its 14 years in operation.

But bloggers have found a role model in Tom Goldstein,...

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