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."
Deals with law firm management and technology issues. It says it is "changing professional practice one idea at a time."
"Thelen the Pain is a support site for the recently or about-to-be laid off employees of Thelen, a soon-to-be defunct global law firm."
Advice for lawyers, particularly female lawyers, about the details of practicing law and working toward a career while also balancing life.
Journal about the blogger's life and fledgling legal job. "How much of the blog is based in fact and how much of it is based in fiction is a finding of fact that you, the reader, must determine."
Posts deal with leadership initiatives, career counseling, business development, coaching, discrimination and gender initiatives.
Posts cover information relevant to law students and law school applicants, such as law job statistics, productivity tips, and news related to law schools.
Posts discuss strategies for young lawyers as far as their career moves within a law firm; marketing; and ensuring their clients pay their bills.
"Tips for Young Lawyers offers tips, thoughts and ideas to help young and experienced lawyers alike with issues that confront their daily practice." Headlines include "The Power of Sound Bites," "10 Things to Keep in Your Briefcase," "The Firm Is Just Not that into You" and "Be Your Own CEO."
"Blog began with preparing to take the LSAT and continues with beginning law school full time, fall 2011."
Features announcements about training, education and employment opportunities for young lawyers and law students.
Posts cover the results of Vault's annual law firm rankings, and the bloggers also interview high-profile lawyers about current events in the profession or about the legal angles of talked-about news stories.
"What About Clients? is a weblog which contains my personal ideas and thoughts on servicing business clients as valued customers in American law firms. I started it in 2005 because I think that 1) the level of service at even the best American law firms is often inattentive and erratic—and that troubles me—and 2) even where service is sound, it can be a lot better."
"A blog about the legal job market and the struggle to find work in the new economy."
This blawgger opines on Illinois statutes, law-related current events, links to content on other legal blawgs he finds interesting. He'll also write the occasional movie review and post his photography.
"This blog was created to consistently shed light on the great work that women criminal defense attorneys have done and continue to do around the country. We’re working to create community for women who specialize in criminal defense. We want to start building on images and narratives of women in this field so that a lasting picture can be painted. Women are taught not to brag and boast but this has the effect of leaving a void in our own story. I want to change that."
"Features posts on the trials and tribulations of the young lawyer as well as posts that would be beneficial and interesting to law students. Readers will find a variety of posts on legal news, practice-specific issues, technology pitfalls, metadata, e-discovery, women’s issues, diversity issues, business development tips, and recruiting advice."