Posts cover the concerns of a Michigan State University law student: studying for exams, favorite courses, studying methods, law review, the city of East Lansing and coping with stress.
Most posts are about motherhood, but the blogger also writes about balancing her billable hours with her son's needs.
"At the intersection of sports, business, law and money—and when you are talking about sports, you know it's all about the money."
"The thinking behind this blog is really simple: The guilty should be prevented from reoffending, and the innocent should not be convicted—not very complex, but often not achieved."
"The adventures of a single mom trying to maintain a life balance while attending law school part-time and working full-time."
Life as a member of the class of 2012 at a "top 14" law school.
"The last ship to leave middle earth is chartered for the undying lands of riches and eternal life and a job in the legal profession ... so they claimed in the brochure."
"A dubious experiment in self-expression by someone whose tongue is nearly always in cheek. ... This project is a retrospective on my law school admission process ("hell"). In a few months' time, look for bitter/cynical 1L reflections and rants from NoSchool. If you recognize me- or are one of the lucky few who were given a link to it, do me a favor and let's both pretend you didn't see it, ok? You know how I feel about writers."
"Like many of you reading this, I made a promise with my god that if I passed, I would help others pass the California Bar Exam. This is my way of doing it. Through this blog, I will help answer questions, examine a few exams and attempt to calm the mass hysterics."
An anonymous in-house lawyer in the United Kingdom posts reflective essays on his day-to-day work life and attitude toward his job and profession.
"Intended to serve as a progressive voice hailing from the otherwise conservative confines of the University of San Diego School of Law and beyond."
This blawg focuses "on the Chicago mob, also known as 'The Outfit.' In addition to featuring current news articles, it will also attempt to provide some additional analysis and background information. This site may also feature news about the mafia in other cities and reviews of mafia-related books and movies."
"A Philly-based resource for women with conservative careers. Features include fashion tips, law school and career advice, inspiration and news."
"A blog to vent about the evils of the legal profession, the law school scam, and being jobless with a JD."
"This blog is an effort to chronicle my adventures in seeking a new job. My hope is that this blog will enlighten others who 1) are thinking of going into the legal field; 2) were similarly affected by the economic downturn; or 3) can find some humor in the misfortunes of life."
Posts include observations that focus on the "declining freedoms enjoyed by the ordinary citizen and a corresponding fear of the Big Brother state's ever increasing encroachment on civil liberties."
"Covers news and opinion about issues that are important to the law student and law school community in Southern California."
This blawgger "rants about law school, her life, random things she sees on the Internet, and anything else she deems worthy."
"A comprehensive resource managed by law students serving the needs of prospective and current students through the free exchange of knowledge and shared experiences."
"The journey to law school."
Provides the musings of an "English Magistrate."
"The Intersection of Mommyhood and the Law."
"I get paid to dress pretty, go to court, and talk to crazy people. This is just one lawyer's approach to the practice of law." This personal injury lawyer logs in a few times a week to share laughs at the day-to-day of his job and his own interpersonal missteps.
Focuses on informational posts about legal forms, including warranty deeds, quitclaim deeds and advanced life deeds, a/k/a "Lady Bird Deeds" and other observations.
"The rhetorical ramblings of a student."