"The Legal Blog is an earnest attempt to promote research based websites / blogs, by providing free, accurate and up to date information to lawyers, students and the layman. We at Legal Blog, attempt to simplify legal concepts by providing the latest case law and articles on various important topics." Most posts involve Indian law.
"This blog is meant to chronicle the rise of law-related startups and other innovative legal solutions that will afford people more access to justice."
Posts jump in the blogosphere's conversation about law firm marketing hits and misfires.
Posts cover practice management topics for law firm partners and in-house counsel.
Posts directed at other litigation support professionals about software, hardware and electronic evidence, as well as coverage of newsletters and podcasts on the same subject matter.
Blog is geared toward law firms and legal marketers, and focuses primarily on how to use social media to market legal services. Topics include LinkedIn, YouTube, Twitter, direct marketing and e-mail marketing.
"Opinions and discussions about law-related topics of interest to lawyers and laypersons alike."
"A blawg discussing the daily trials and tribulations of law practice." Posts cover practice advice, marketing tips, and legal news.
"Provides attorneys and legal marketers with useful public relations, legal marketing and social media tips and information to help law firms understand the ever-changing landscape of legal marketing and ethics."
"The Practice Alchemy Blog gives attorneys a framework for creating a legal business that serves both them and their clients instead of just trading time for money."
"News. Gossip. Comments. Amusement." This is the blawg of the Ontario, Canada, quarterly "law and style" magazine Precedent. Posts on legal news stories in the U.S. and Canada as well as weekly installments on fashion and wine.
"Law firm marketing and buisness development strategies."
Posts are aimed at providing resources for lawyers at any size firm.
Posts discuss how the author trains her students to meet the needs of law firm clients and mediation parties. Posts also touch on legal marketing and tidbits about Appalachian School of Law.
"Analyzes legal marketing news, articles, and social media."
Is the self-described "home for settlement professionals on the Net." The blawg includes news, commentary and educational content primarily for settlement and legal professionals.
A daily information exchange, posts feature "rants and raves" by and for the solo practitioner.
"The Sustainable Lawyer, an extension of the Boston Bar Association’s Task Force on Environmental Sustainability, will provide brief posts providing tips and best practices on the greening of the legal profession, interviews with green mavens in law offices and law firms, stories about opportunities to do green pro bono or community service work, and accounts of lawyers in a variety of settings working to reduce their carbon footprints."
Breaking news, legal opinions and other information of interest to Virginia lawyers.
"Law from the inside out." A general counsel-turned-consultant writes posts devoted to the role of the general counsel. A recent series of "Zen and the Art of Legal Pricing" posts offer guidelines to how law firms with corporate clients should price their services.
Deals with law firm management and technology issues. It says it is "changing professional practice one idea at a time."
Posts cover innovative technologies for lawyers and marketing through social media channels—and focus on the needs of solo and small-firm lawyers.
Posts deal with leadership initiatives, career counseling, business development, coaching, discrimination and gender initiatives.
"Tips for Young Lawyers offers tips, thoughts and ideas to help young and experienced lawyers alike with issues that confront their daily practice." Headlines include "The Power of Sound Bites," "10 Things to Keep in Your Briefcase," "The Firm Is Just Not that into You" and "Be Your Own CEO."
This is a legal blawg of interest to lawyers who occasionally or regularly deal with clients, plaintiffs, defendants, and witnesses from other cultures or who encounter foreign-language evidence requiring foreign-language document translation in the course of litigation.