This page is dedicated to Blogs of the Legal Profession. First is the Legal History Blog, Jost on Justice. Finally, the Ludwig Blog 

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Scholarship, News and New Ideas in Legal History

Attorney Robert Ludwig, Ludwig & Robinson, writes on the Second Amendment. Link to his blog below. 

Veteran Legal Affairs Journalist Kenneth Jost, author of the Supreme Court Yearbook and the book, Trending Toward # Justice, has covered the Court for 25 years. Links to the book and his blog below. 

The Legal History Blog is dedicated to Scholarship, News and New Ideas in Legal History. This site would like to recognize Georgetown University School of Law Professor Daniel Ernst for posting link to this website on the Legal History Blog. As a result, Mr. Branch's work and legacy remains alive today in 2016, to include the Legal History Blog. 

Click on below links to view both the Legal History Blog posting on Claude Raymond Branch and detail of Professor Ernst and his work at Georgetown University School of Law. 

Mr. Ludwig represents U.S. and foreign clients in commercial and regulatory litigation and counseling, as well as corporate matters. He has been lead counsel in trial and appellate courts across the country in a wide range of insurance, banking, accounting, intellectual property, and international law cases.

Mr. Ludwig has broad experience in complex litigation and international arbitration. He has represented U.S., German, Brazilian, Chinese, Kuwaiti, Russian, South African and other foreign companies and individuals in domestic and cross-border commercial disputes for thirty years. He also advises and represents clients in other international and regulatory matters, including intellectual property, international trade, export and foreign asset controls, foreign sovereign immunity, aviation and transportation.

Mr. Ludwig also serves as local, national and international counsel in insurance and financial disputes. He represents insurers, banks and other clients in cases involving loan losses, lender liability, negotiable instruments, wire and electronic funds transfers, letters of credit, malware and cybercrime, as well as coverage and subrogation under fidelity, surety and financial institution bonds, corporate and financial fraud, directors and officers liability, and auditor liability.