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  • 0L Musings

    "A guide to one man's path through the journey that is law school. Contains information on 0L concerns, and will chronicle 1L life as it happens."

  • 1L Poet

    "I'll be posting about the law school experience, parenting, poetry, ethics, policy, and whatever else I feel like adding."

  • A (non)Token Minority Law Student

    Day-to-day life in law school.

  • A Progressive on the Prairie

    "I may comment occasionally on a smattering of issues and will have links to political sites for those so inclined. But my focus will be on things that actually bring pleasure, meaning and nuance to life."

  • A Public Defender

    A Public Defender has posts about about criminal law, recent opinions and proposed legislation, sometimes with a Connecticut focus.

  • A Reasonable Suspicion

    "Commentary on criminal law news and issues."

  • Alienation of Affection

    "What the Public Defender had a post or two relating to people asking why family law wasn’t covered. I saw a niche. And a chance to vent about what is a very emotionally-draining, but potentially rewarding career."

  • Ambivalent Attorney

    "Retired law student blawgging about her observations in LawLawLand. She's probably not funny, but tries to be anyway."

  • Angry Pregnant Lawyer

    This blawgger mostly recounts her day-to-day life with Not So Angry Husband, Angry Boy and Angry Little Baby.

  • appellatesquawk

    "Appeals with attitude." Most posts, sometimes illustrated, take a humorous look at criminal justice topics with a focus on New York.

  • Arbitrary and Capricious

    Arbitrary and Capricious summarizes and links to news about public defenders, criminal justice and juvenile justice.

  • Bankruptcy Blog

    Posts cover actions of the nation's federal bankruptcy courts, U.S. Tax Court rulings, bankruptcy-related rulings in federal appellate courts, and actions of the Advisory Committee on Bankruptcy Rules for the Judicial Conference.

  • Barco 2.0 : Law Library Reference

    "Helpful information" about innovations in technology and business and other news of interest to legal researchers.

  • Being a Jackal

    "This blog is slowly evolving into the innocuous blather that rumbles around in my brain."

  • Bitter Lawyer

    Posts include snarky op-eds related to the legal news of the day, columns written by law students and young practicing lawyers about their experiences in the profession, coverage of quirky legal news stories—and a weekly caption contest.

  • Blawfields

    "The result of one associate's nonbillable time."

  • Blawg Review

    "Blawg Review is the blog carnival for everyone interested in law. ... Each weekly issue of Blawg Review is made up of article submissions selected from the best recent law blog posts. The blogger that puts together the Blawg Review carnival each week is called the 'host.' "

  • Blogonaut

    "Never attribute to guile that which can be explained by incompetence." Links to law-related news stories in the mainstream media and other blawg posts.

  • Blonde Justice

    Discussion of public defender practice and legal tips, punctuated with girl talk.

  • Bloody Relations

    "Where there's a relative, there's a bloody good argument to be had. This blog is about U.K. family law."

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