"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."
Professional and educational opportunities for lawyers, law students and law professors.
"The blog covers free and low-cost investigative and background research resources on the Internet that are available to anyone with a computer and an Internet connection. We also cover search engine search tips with a focus on Google and its features, functions and productivity tools."
"Job search and career advice from the perspective of an attorney recruiter as well as updates on the legal job market."
Posts feature video interviews with lawyers in various professions—from a personal injury lawyer to a sports agent to a CEO of a wireless site-acquisition company—showcasing the flexibility of a law degree.
"JD Job Coach helps law students take career matters into their own hands by providing guides and weekly articles on interview strategies, personal branding, and relationship building."
"The tales of our adventures balancing babies and the billable hour."
"Coaching and resources for JDs who want to regain a sense of control, curb burnout and start enjoying their lives again. Because there's more to life than being a lawyer. Really."
"A blog for a new generation of Minnesota lawyers."
Blog discusses legal ethics, current events, lawyer misconduct and recent cases in Virginia.
"I am a legal academic commenting on the strange worlds of law, legal profession, bureaucracy, universities, and globalization."
Posts include illustrated recipes for "healthy meals that are relatively easy and inexpensive."
"As our time in law school draws frighteningly near its end, we have begun Just Enrichment so that we can continue the discussions we’ve had over bagels and coffee even when we’re no longer all sitting at the same kitchen table." Posts cover public opinion, constitutional law and sometimes intellectual property and criminal justice topics.
"A collection of musings from University of Kansas School of Law students and administrators on the law school experience, the legal job market and other topics. Contributors include current students, law librarians, and staff members in the offices of admissions and career services."
Posts "by women for women" offer up legal news, information and resources for women.
"A brand-new corporate attorney with a husband, toddler, cat, two big dogs and a lot of shoes."
"Covers a wide variety of topics on the practice of law and life on the gnat line (a distinctive area of Middle Georgia)."
Blog discusses methods of finding employment in the legal field and changing career tracks. Posts include suggestions for which area of law to pursue and interview tips.
Law Is Cool is a new blawg and podcast addressing issues related to law school and the legal field with a Canadian focus. The contents are intended for 1) current and potential law students; 2) graduates reviewing for their bar exam; and 3) members of the general public interested in learning more about the law.
"Recent law grad over $250,000 in debt blogs about trying to make it as a small practice public interest lawyer—all within the context of broader changes happening within the legal profession."
"A book, a mom, and a baby."
"If you have not yet decided to go to law school, this website and the related blog will explain what you can expect so that you can make an informed decision of whether or not law school is right for you. If you have already decided to go to law school or are already there, this blog will provide you with money- and time-saving advice that will guide you through your remaining years and the bar examination. The helpful tips in this blog will start from the law school application process and cover every important aspect of law school right through to preparing for and sitting for the bar examination. The advice answers questions that you will have as you go through the law school process and provides you with answers before it is too late. Some tips may save you $40 while other may save you thousands. Other tips will eliminate hours of needless research. What you will get here is practical, targeted and specific tips on how to effectively navigate though the various parts of law school and the bar exam and all from a Harvard Law School graduate."
"The site includes a Layoff Tracker that graphs where the most layoffs have been. Law Shucks is yet another legal tabloid, but we’re committed to keeping our focus on those who are in, or refugees from, BigLaw. Nothing about summer-associate salaries, bar-review courses, or which firm a law student should pick. We editors and our intended audience have been through that and just don’t care about it any more. Still, a good bit of gossip every once in a while keeps things entertaining."
Features news and commentary, tips for aspiring law students, notes on how to survive law school and information about getting started as a young lawyer.