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"Where culture, food and travel intersect."
Posts discuss marketing through blogging and other social media; the latest "productivity" mobile apps; and work/life balance topics.
"Information on project management that is targeted to lawyers, paralegals, and litigation support professionals." A reoccurring feature is the weekly "LPM Tidbits of the Week."
"Analyzing every news, happening and occurrence from the legal point of view is the genesis of this site. Principles of justice and law are seen everywhere. Notions of justice prevail from the streets to the zenith, from fables to reality and from children to adults."
"LegalJob is intended to provide practical advice for current law school students and law firm associates. LegalJob will focus on guidance for maximizing performance while in law school, securing the dream (or any) law firm job, excelling as an associate, and moving on the fast track to making partner. LegalJob will feature guest posts from successful practitioners at small, medium and large firms, attorneys who have started their own firms, and professors at the nation's top law schools."
Blog interviews employed attorneys to ask advice on job-hunting. "Interviews will mainly be conducted on attorneys who have only been practicing for 5 years or less, to gain an understanding of the best ways to navigate a job search through this poor economy."
"Follow the adventures of 'law mom' as she tries to conquer being a wife, mother and attorney all at once. Who hasn't gone to court covered in spit-up at least once?"
"Fresh Thinking for Lawyers and the Legal ProfessionnThe idea of this forum is to highlight and discuss what’s innovative, interesting, or occasionally infuriating about our profession. Not just the usual stuff, but some ideas, people, and developments you might not have heard about."
"Focuses on law firm hiring and business issues. Articles are targeted to attorneys, law students and legal recruiters."
This blawg addresses strategies that lawyers can use in their professional development, business development, career management, and work/life balance.
"Updates for future and current LLM students to be better informed before, during and after taking an LLM program."
Includes the lawyer-author's "off-the-cuff opinions" on topics that include current affairs, depression, legal research and books.
Specific tips related to the logic questions found on the LSAT and best practices as far as studying for the LSAT.
"Ramblings on software, law, and the spaces in between."
"Corporate lawyer by day, keeper of a small, rude, incontinent person by night."
Topics cover issues of interest to continuing legal education presenters and providers, attorneys and other CLE professionals.
This is the blog of the Dean of The University of Detroit Mercy School of Law.
Posts cover the use of social media for business-generation purposes, law practice management issues and the author's takes on work/life balance. The blog also hosts a "Weekly Voir Dire: Conference Call" at noon ET every Friday for those who register.
"Tales from a VC and recovering
drummer, software guy, lawyer." Jason Mendelson takes on law firm management strategies from the perspective of an in-house counsel (and onetime BigLaw associate).
"Life and times of a working mother." Among her posts are her "Lawliss" podcasts.
"The art of winning an unfair academic game."
"Make good law."
Discusses the legal aspects to parenting in general, and to child safety issues such as bullying and bike helmet laws. Posts a weekly "Motherly Advice" quote.
"Serving women in law school and the legal profession, Ms. JD is an online community that provides a forum for dialogue and networking among women lawyers and aspiring lawyers." The blawg features issues relating to the numbers of women who opt out of the legal profession and the poor representation of women in the courts and legal community. The site also addresses the role of gender in legal careers.
"I’d like to think of this site as a forum for all you recent grads out there. I’m not here to give you career advice because, frankly, who I am to tell you what works when I’m in the same boat as you. However, I will share articles, things I'm doing, and thoughts that I’ve found useful while we take this time to figure out what’s next."