Business of Law

New Jersey Appellate Law

"Focusing on New Jersey appeals, appellate law, and appellate practice, particularly regarding decisions and other actions of the Supreme Court of New Jersey, the Superior Court of New Jersey, Appellate Division, and the Third Circuit Court of Appeals." Written for an audience of lawyers.

NextChapter

"The latest news and notes from NextChapter, your bankruptcy software in the cloud."

Nextpoint Company Blog

"A hub to find out the latest from the world of eDiscovery, social media archiving, and trial presentation solutions."

Nifty Law Blog

"The Nifty Law Blog is a legal marketing blog that discusses online marketing strategies for lawyers."

Nobles Law Firm

"The Nobles Law Firm blog primarily follows legal news and is the home of 'The Practical Lawyer,' a weekly column penned by Ethan C. Nobles and published in 'The Daily Record' in Little Rock, Ark."

North Carolina Appellate Blog

"This blog highlights developments in the appellate courts that affect business interests in North Carolina."

Northern Law Blog

Posts are on general topics of legal interest, not limited to Illinois. There's no real overarching theme to the coverage, other than analysis of current cases.

Not Knapping

"The blog is written for attorneys and legal marketers and provides insights into current trends and strategies related to law firm business development and social media."

Nouveau Law Blog

"Blog addresses various issues pertaining to copyrights, trademarks, internet law, business, the art market, and the practice of law."

Novalawcity

Features "adventures in law and technology" through the lens of bloggers at the Shepard Broad Law Center of Nova Southeastern University, Fort Lauderdale, Fla.

Nursing Home Law Blog

"Information related to nursing homes & the care that they provide."

NWSidebar

Posts are "focused on creating a welcoming, useful, dynamic and engaging communications forum that attracts contributors and readers. We hope to create a sense of community among blog contributors and readers, and provide an opportunity for more organic, member-driven content and interaction on an ongoing basis."

Official Clio Blog

The latest opinions, news and announcements about the Clio suite of practice management tools targeted specifically at the needs of sole practitioners and small firms.

Ogalaws

"Selected topics in law and strategic consulting."

On Being a Black Lawyer

"A place where African-American attorneys and law students can gather to network, disseminate information and poke fun."

On Firmer Ground

"On Firmer Ground is a site by and for law firm librarians. It is an ongoing discussion about the challenges law firm librarians face and strategies for surmounting them."

On Lawyering

Posts cover news and commentary on the law and culture of lawyers.

On the Record

Legal and business news, largely focused on Maryland in general and Baltimore in particular.

One Good Turn

"Check in here for news, views and musings from Baker Donelson's Pro Bono Shareholder, with contributions from other pro bono attorneys from time to time, about the firm's adventures in pro bono. At Baker Donelson, we encourage our attorneys to use their legal skills to do "good turns" for those in need, and for their communities. And, as they say, one good turn deserves another..."

Open Law Lab

Posts—which are often illustrations—discuss the author's ideas on design thinking and law.

Open Minded

Blog posts discuss diversity in the legal profession.

Oregon Law Practice Management

Posts offer practice management tips for Oregon lawyers that are primarily focused on technology tools.

Orlando Mediator

"This blog was created by Orlando Mediator Lawrence Kolin, Esq. to explore issues and trends in dispute resolution." The blog also discusses e-discovery issues.

Outside Counsel

A blog about the culture of the legal profession, and culture generally.

Overlawyered

This blawg "explores an American legal system that too often turns litigation into a weapon against guilty and innocent alike, erodes individual responsibility, rewards sharp practice, enriches its participants at the public's expense, and resists even modest efforts at reform and accountability."