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."
"Adventures of a lesbian attorney superhero."
"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.
"Providing practicing attorneys, law students, and pre-law students with the latest in the market."
"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."
"Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, in all her glory." Posts consist of tributes to Ginsburg in the form of videos, memes, and links to quotes about her in the news media.
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."
"A place where African-American attorneys and law students can gather to network, disseminate information and poke fun."
"A quirky perspective on life in the final year of law school, 'barzam' preparations, jobs, and other humorous pursuits."
Blog posts discuss diversity in the legal profession.
"Paralegals in the news and other stuff."
Information and motivation to help readers pass the California bar examination.
"Employers post patent-related jobs; job-seekers find patent-related jobs."
"Path of the Legal Ninja is a blog/cartoon strip about the stressful, sometimes rewarding, and always ridiculous life of a new lawyer. It is a chronicle of the ups and down of the profession through the ongoing adventures of Legal Ninja and his arch nemesis, the evil "Doc" Review.... All drawings are from my magic marker board at my actual place of work. This is my life."
"Law firm leadership rants, raves, rebuttals, reflections, revelations and ruminations." Posts focus on the strategic decisions facing the managing partners of large law firms.
"I've got a baby girl, a trivia champ husband, a legal fellowship, a vegetarian kitchen, and a song in my heart. Most days."
"Celebrates the contributions of paralegals and legal assistants across the country (as well as sharing a few cautionary tales). Shares current paralegal news, original news articles, practice tips and networking ideas. News submissions from legal professionals and associations relating to the paralegal profession are welcome."