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.
Blog contains tips for landing legal jobs and advancing a legal career; observations about the state of the legal industry; and roundups of legal news and career advice from various outside media sources.
"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.
“From trial attorney to lover of life. My blog about escaping busyness to living in the moment.”
"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."
"Just your average Joe blogging away his debt in one year or less."
Cordell Parvin's posts discuss strategies lawyers can use for time management and client development. His clients also regularly contribute reflective posts.
"Corporette is a fashion and lifestyle blog for women lawyers, bankers, MBAs, consultants, and otherwise overachieving chicks. Our readers work in conservative environments but want to look professional and fashionable."
This blawg discusses all levels of law firm lawyer compensation, from associates to service partners, to rainmakers, to lawyer-managers, and senior lawyers who are phasing down in preparation for retirement. It comments on external market forces as well as the complex internal issues of system design, productivity, and motivation. It draws on Altman Weil’s extensive survey databases as a source of compensation trends and benchmarks.
"Marketing and career issues that face attorneys in private practice and beyond."
"Real life. Real law. Better shoes."
"This blog highlights news, events, media coverage, and other activities of C|M|LAW faculty."
"No goal is met without sweet tea or a glass of wine."
"Where life and flexible lawyering meet. Where there's no shame in the mommy track (or daddy track). Where lawyers come to find flexible lawyer jobs, alternative legal career ideas and work/life balance. The legal niche for part-time lawyers, stay-at-home lawyers, and work-from-home lawyers."
"Deconstruction is justice."
"Why are mother lawyers so unhappy? Why do they leave the profession? Do they really ‘want’ to leave, or do they feel pushed out? Are they happy once they do leave? Do they hope to return to the profession? What will it take for them to return? What, if anything, would have prevented them from leaving in the first place? How have those who do ‘opt out’ been able to afford that decision – especially in light of their often crushing student loans? This blawg will examine these questions, and hopes to become a gathering spot for all mother-lawyers."
"Putting knowledge into practice."
"One law school graduate's attempt to find a fulfilling career in spite of his legal education."
"My journey of discovery after leaving my job as a corporate lawyer."
Highlights the work of feminist law professors and contains information about articles and events that are likely to be of interest to them. Posts cover court cases, legislation and scholarship related to sexual discrimination for like-minded readers, as well as alert them to relevant conferences.