"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.
News stories about women in the legal workplace and political arena.
Geoffrey Fieger engages in an open conversation with blog readers all while providing his take on any number of topics.
This general interest blog is aimed at the forward-moving young professional. Posts are authored by guests -- lawyers and MBAs -- who explore side interests, are looking for gainful employment or are looking to enhance their name recognition.
A student-run blog with a focus on law school, intellectual property, technology, and other related topics.
"A blog about Montage Legal Group's network of freelance attorneys, who chose flexibility and balance over firm life."
Young practicing lawyers in Maryland and Washington, D.C., share their experiences starting out in the legal profession and balancing work and family life. They also post about whatever other news or topics—law-related or otherwise—they want to cover.
This is the personal blog of famed trial lawyer Gerry Spence. The blog promises to provide insights into his more than 55 years of practice. He wrote in his inaugural post: "My greatest fear is that I will die before my life’s work is complete. That unfinished business includes joining you in this Internet world and sharing with you what I have learned. I hope you will hear my timid knocking at your door and let me in."
"Information, tips and notifications for law students and graduates."
"Tips, background information, and news on graduate law studies and law schools in the U.S. and abroad."
Posts cover career and lifestyle topics for law students and young attorneys.
The legal industry, virtual assistant businesses and work-life balance.
Posts are aimed at legal professionals and largely cover five categories, individual environment, professional development, "lifestyle design", play at work, and humor.
Blog discusses the work of private judges, specifically regarding divorce in California. "Useful comments on doing a divorce."
"The source for legal industry news, market trends and Hildebrandt Institute events."
The blog purports to be a useful resource for law students and others looking to land an offer at the firm of their choice.
A podcast series featuring interviews with lawyers and other special guests that touch on their hobbies.
"A blog dedicated to the incitement of outrage and the soothing of tensions resulting from the lousy legal job market."
"After spending several months looking for work unsuccessfully, attempting to network face-to-face (also unsuccessfully), and applying for jobs that I am unqualified, underqualified, qualified, or overqualified for and not getting any interviews, I’ve decided to take a different approach. I will apply for at least one job a day. I’ll let my readers know about each job I apply for and will take suggestions about the next job I should apply for."
"Dedicated exclusively to the in-house legal market, this blog provides news and information regarding in-house jobs, the job search process, and hiring trends."
"Collects news items relevant to in-house counsel."