Deals with law firm management and technology issues. It says it is "changing professional practice one idea at a time."
This blawg "empowers lawyers to anticipate the changes, realize the opportunities, face the challenges and embrace the expanding possibilities of the application of practice management concepts to the practice of law in innovative ways that provide service excellence."
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."
Posts about internet marketing for lawyers in Southern California, reviews of California law firms' websites and legal news from California.
Highlighted sources on legal knowledge, Web development, and law library management.
"Don't think like us, think with us. VeraSage Institute is the most revolutionary think tank for professional service firms—we challenge the professions to break free of practice methods that hurt the professions, undermine their purposes, and fail their clients." Posts cover actions by law firms and other professional service firms that are aligned with VeraSage's principles.
"U.S. Virgin Islands law & politics."
Solo practitioner Stephanie Kimbro has operated a virtual law firm out of Wilmington, N.C., for five years. She uses her experience to write about the ethics, technology and practical aspects involved in virtual lawyering.
Posts cover marketing and business development strategies for law firms.
"Communicating effectively in the boardroom, courtroom and living room."
"The blog provides up-to-date information on wage-hour principles and developments." Quick Quiz questions are a reoccurring element.
"Legal updates for lawyers and businesses. Mainly re intellectual property law and information technology law." Other posts discuss marketing through social media and legal writing tips for law students.
"A blog to educate attorneys on Internet marketing."
"What About Clients? is a weblog which contains my personal ideas and thoughts on servicing business clients as valued customers in American law firms. I started it in 2005 because I think that 1) the level of service at even the best American law firms is often inattentive and erratic—and that troubles me—and 2) even where service is sound, it can be a lot better."
Posts cover the use of psychology principles to evaluate lawyer job candidates; how law firms can use positive psychology and teach / evaluate "emotional intelligence"; and relevant social science findings as they relate to lawyers.
The companion blawg that discusses new features on the meta news site Legal Marketing Reader.
This blog posts are about personal injury law, medical malpractice, workers' compensation and the practice of trial law. Also repurposes the author's monthly column for the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin.
Legal research and Internet news and information with an emphasis on Wisconsin.
"Discusses topics in business leadership and management."
"Features posts on the trials and tribulations of the young lawyer as well as posts that would be beneficial and interesting to law students. Readers will find a variety of posts on legal news, practice-specific issues, technology pitfalls, metadata, e-discovery, women’s issues, diversity issues, business development tips, and recruiting advice."
This humorous blog offers legal advice for zombies in a variety of legal contexts, such as divorce, zombie discrimination and life insurance, among others.