The law, because it involves the shadow side of human nature, is a great source of entertainment. In the 19th century, ordinary folks might pack up a lunch for a full day of hearing testimony. So, it should be no surprise that bloggers like myself turn up the most compelling material in the tabloids, not the more orthodox law media properties.
For example, THE DAILY NEWS tracks all the the high points of the trial of former St. John's dean Cecilia Chang. She is accused of trading scholarships in the Asia Studies School program for personal services done at her home. Among the latest developments is that student Peiyi Gan testified that she had to handwash the dean's undies. Also Chang's own lawyer had her jailed because she was getting drunk.
Sure, there's a place for AM LAW DAILY and MA LAWYERS WEEKLY. But my first stop and where I swing by several times a day are the tabloids. Those include Abovethelaw.com.