1. Live Twitter interviews with practicing lawyers who tweet.
2. A forum where lawyers tell their stories, one tweet at a time.
3. The hottest new mash-up on Twitter.
"Publicizing and discussing free Continuing Legal Education."
Links to the author's interviews with "people that have a vested interest in the legal system, profession and society" that he has written for MileHive.
"Provides "bytes" of risk management advice."
Above the Law calls itself a legal tabloid. Its focus is legal gossip.
Adam Smith, Esq. is "an inquiry into the economics of law firms." The blawg links to and analyzes articles about law firm strategy and profitability.
Covers issues and information meant for adjunct law professors and labor / union law stories in the news.
"Writings on life, business and the pursuit of truth."
Amazing Firms, Amazing Practices has posts on law firm management and marketing.
"On the role of women in the law, in legal education, as students as academics, and within the legal profession, generally Australian focus, but some international content as well."
Posts cover the recession's effect on new lawyers, personal development for young lawyers, social media and other generalized law topics.
"'One really good idea every day' to help lawyers create the career and lives they love." Posts give advice on productivity, networking, marketing and rainmaking and discuss technology for the legal workplace.
"Life in the Bluegrass as a wife, mom, and attorney."
"Examining a student's needs for the bar exam."
"One definition of superhero that I found during bar prep was that a superhero is 'an exceptionally skillful or successful person." I couldn't find a better description of what every student who fights their way through the perils and dangers of bar prep are. So I dubbed myself a Bar Exam Superhero, even going as far as to wear T-shirts showing my motto during the exam. This website is designed to help you become your own bar exam superhero and join the Epic Superhero Quorum (ESQ). This site contains superhero basic training information, including stress management plans, encouragement, and stories from battle-worn heroes of all backgrounds. This site also contains battle strategies, like scheduling advice, essay approaches, and other information."
Posts offer tips on how to cope with the particular stressors that accompany preparing for the bar exam as well as practical advice about how to study.
"BlogAlly topics include student learning, law school strategy, contests, jobs, and exam tips."
The blog serves as a forum for practitioners and Bloomberg BNA editors to share ideas, raise issues, and to network with colleagues.
"Blueprint JD is passionate about diversity in the legal profession. We believe the key to achieving diversity is through the students themselves, who too often lack the information, resources, and connections necessary to achieve their career goals. Blueprint JD bridges this gap, offering tailored career information and advice to diverse law students. By giving students access to helpful, relevant guidance, Blueprint JD helps diverse law students succeed in their legal careers."
The blog started out chronicling the life of two attorneys from Boulder, Colo., who tried out life in China for a year.
"Every day is a cloudy day in the life of a disenchanted lawyer."
"A BigLaw lawyer turned stay-at-home mom chronicles life after law firms and reflects on the craziness of it all."
"Blogging about law, life and a little fish." This blog regularly hosts the weekly MILP (Moms in Law Practice) Roundup of recent posts by other lawyer-mother-bloggers.
"Preachings and teachings from my perspective inside a third-wave law firm. Appealing to spare room tycoons, home office lawyers, downshifters, carpet commuters, connected attorneys, law students and wannabes." Posts cover law school news and emerging law practice niches.
"Career and business development advice, support and musings like lawyers used to share at the corner bar after work. Applicable to law students, new lawyers, solos, associates, partners, in-house counsel—lawyers at any stage in their career."