The weekly podcast highlights unconventional career paths for new lawyers.
This blog, for aspiring law students, current law students and newbie lawyers, is less about finding inspiration and more about finding answers to specific questions. Expert guest posters (FYI, not all of them women) are brought in to take on specific topics—such as preparing for the LSAT, writing a law review note or applying for a clerkship. But this blog isn't only useful for those breaking into law. Those trying to break out of the profession will also find acceptance and words of wisdom.
"As consultants to the legal industry (both law firms and law departments), we are constantly thinking, speaking, and writing about how the legal profession is changing and what the future might hold. We've started this blog as a more informal way to share our thoughts, impressions, and predictions with interested readers."
"Education, employment and career-related news for the paralegal students of Illinois Central College and the paralegal professionals of central Illinois."
"The In-House Advisor was created to provide in-house counsel (as well as CEOs, CFOs and other C-Level decision makers) with practical, helpful and thoughtful advice on a variety of legal issues."
Posts discuss personal and professional development, client relationships, strategies for law firms and the Zen mindset.
"A blog to vent about the evils of the legal profession, the law school scam, and being jobless with a JD."
"This blog is an effort to chronicle my adventures in seeking a new job. My hope is that this blog will enlighten others who 1) are thinking of going into the legal field; 2) were similarly affected by the economic downturn; or 3) can find some humor in the misfortunes of life."
This blawgger "rants about law school, her life, random things she sees on the Internet, and anything else she deems worthy."
This blog provides advice on all career questions and predicaments posed by those in the legal profession.
"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.
"The Intersection of Mommyhood and the Law."
"A blawg discussing the daily trials and tribulations of law practice." Posts cover practice advice, marketing tips, and legal news.
"Dedicated to helping paralegals reach their professional goals while striking balance in their personal lives."
"A therapist's take on life, the world, you and me." The author reflects on his own entry into and "escape" from law practice to counsel readers struggling with their decisions to enter law school or law practice. He also sometimes posts video responses to questions from readers on these subjects—and sometimes, he just writes more generally about mental health topics.
"Your source for news, commentary and trends in the contract legal market."
"A vehicle for PSLawNet to share news, job-seeking resources, and original content with law students and lawyers on public service career paths, and with career services professionals at law schools."
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.
Examines everything from the mundane to the daily practice life of a lawyer in North Dakota.
An online law journal, posts include law-related articles and editorials discussion law and policy issues, careers open to law school graduates.
"Spotlighting excellence in practice."
Posts offer trial tips for attorneys, cover work-life balance or are journal entries about the author's own life.
"Dedicated to giving young lawyers the resources they need to survive in their new lives as professionals. The transition from school to life as an attorney is difficult without some guidance and knowledge-sharing. The purpose of this site is to inform attorneys, both young and old, through the use of articles, links, and collaboration."