Not a lot has changed with Jottings By An Employer’s Lawyer since my first post 6 years ago today. 1,800 posts later, I still post on blogspot, I still use the free version of blogger, and I still use an outmoded and limited version of blogroll.
But one thing that has definitely changed are the people who have joined me in this small, but hopefully interesting part of the blogosphere.
Listed below are the blogs in the area that have made their way to my RSS reader. I have listed their first post that I could find, although I am fairly certain that I didn’t get the very first post of everyone. Still it’s an interesting exercise to check them out now as well as their early posts.
A few of the blogs are worthy of special comment. George Lenard at George’s Employment Blawg and Michael Fitzgibbons at Thoughts From a Management Labor Lawyer have been at this nearly as long as me.
Paul Secunda and Richard Bales took over the Workplace Prof Blog from its founder Rafael Gely, and now have added some additional colleagues and provide daily posting of an extremely high level. Also from the academic world, Ross Runkel has the Arbitration Law and Employment Law blogs and some other publications that are notable.
Paul Mollica at Daily Developments in EEO Law is joining me this fall as the only other active blogger (that I know of) in the College of Labor and Employment Lawyers.
Although I think I have only met one of the bloggers listed below, Chris McKinney of HR Lawyers Blog, who is in San Antonio, just down the road from me, and have corresponded with only a handful more, I feel a common bond with everyone who chooses to share their viewpoint on a regular basis. Hopefully, our collective effort has made a difference. I know that I have learned a lot.
If you haven’t checked out my colleagues, please do so.
- Alaska Employment Law, May 3rd 2007
- Benefits Blog, April 19, 2003
- Boston ERISA Law Blog, April 7, 2006
- California Employee Rights Blog, August 1, 2006
- California Labor and Employment Defense Blog, April 5, 2007
- California Labor and Employment Law, October 6, 2006
- Connecticut Employment Law Blog,September 3, 2007
- Daily Developments in EEO Law, July 6, 2004
- Delaware Employment Law Blog, March 11, 2008
- Disability Law 2.0 — Tan*, Rested, and Ready, November 30, 2004
- Employer Law Report December 17, 2007
- Evil HR Lady, August 19, 2006
- Florida Employment Law Blog, May 23, 2008
- George’s Employment Blawg , May 12, 2003
- HR Lawyer’s Blog, March 14, 2005
- HR Lori April 10, 2005
- HR Web Café, July 25, 2006
- HR Wench, September 17, 2007
- Jonathan Tasini at Working Life, October 25, 2004
- Labor Employment Law Blog, October 5, 2004
- Laboring Away at the Institute, August 31, 2004
- Law Memo Arbitration Blog, January 15, 2005
- Law Memo Employment Law Blog, January 11, 2005
- Maryland Employment Law, April 17, 2006
- Northern Exposure, October 6, 2007
- OFCCP Blog Spot, April 17, 2006
- Ohio Employer’s Law Blog, May 9, 2007
- Pennsylvania Employment Law Blog, December 15, 2006
- Pennsylvania Labor and Employment Blog, May 7, 2008
- PJH Law- Employment Law Blog, October 31, 2006
- Storm’s California Employment Law, July 1, 2004
- Strategic hr Lawyer, November 12, 2004
- Suits in the Workplace, September 29, 2005
- That’s What She Said, September 21, 2006
- The FMLA Blog, August 14, 2006
- The HR Capitalist, December 9, 2006
- The Laconic Law Blog, November 9, 2007
- The Word on Employment Law, November 26, 2007
- Thoughts From a Management Lawyer, May 1, 2003
- Transgender Workplace Diversity, March 24, 2006
- Wage Law: The California Wage and Hour Law Weblog, December 17, 2004
- What’s New in Employment Law?, June 26, 2006
- Whistleblower Law Blog, September 24, 2007
- Work in Progress, November 17, 2006
- Workers Comp Insider , September 17, 2003
- Workplace Fairness, January 9, 2003
- Workplace Prof Blog ,September 30, 2004
- Workplace Privacy Counsel, June 27, 2006
- Work Related Blogs and News, April 13, 2005
I am sure that there are other blogs in this area that I have missed, as well as getting any number of “first” posts wrong. Please feel free to make additions and point out corrections in the comments.
As always, thanks for stopping by.
Updated: As I get additions, corrections within the next few days they will be added into the post, since hopefully the list will be of some benefit to those looking for a collection of labor and employment law blogs.