Posts discuss and alert readers to email scams and check frauds directed at lawyers in the United States and Canada with the aim of helping them avoid malpractice claims.
1. Live Twitter interviews with practicing lawyers who tweet.
2. A forum where lawyers tell their stories, one tweet at a time.
3. The hottest new mash-up on Twitter.
"@LawBlarg is an experimental form of legal writing, attempting to find a middle ground between traditional legal writing (law journals) and modern legal writing (blawgs). @LawBlarg provides short, research-intensive articles specifically designed for an online readership."
Blog is about the laws surrounding international child abduction, specifically concerning The Hague Child Abduction Convention.
"Presents proven techniques for all forms of written communication, from email, letters and blogs to memoranda and brief. It sets forth three essential rules for powerful communication and shows how to apply those rules to develop a clean, confident and modern style of writing."
"Tips on getting the most from focus groups, voir dire and witness preparation."
This blawg is updated on a regular basis, bringing information to attendees about the ABA Techshow.
"The Accurate Court Reporting, Inc. blog is a bi to tri weekly updated blog that covers topics such as: Frivolous Legal Claims, Law Technology, Court Reporting, Discovery and Marketing for law firms."
Adam Smith, Esq. is "an inquiry into the economics of law firms." The blawg links to and analyzes articles about law firm strategy and profitability.
Posts cover the blogger's thoughts on contract drafting and contract automation, critique other document assembly systems and otherwise explore language in legal contracts.
"Writings on life, business and the pursuit of truth."
This blawg focuses on law firm marketing, including new media and online publishing.
Posts provide 3-minute video reviews of the best apps for lawyers.
"Recommended reading for business development and marketing in the legal profession."
"Law firm business development and marketing."
"The Web's first China business blog."
Nolo.com author Liza Weiman Hanks blogs about wills, trusts, powers of attorney, living wills, estate taxes, and probate court.
Posts explore topics of legal project management in transactional practices.
"'One really good idea every day' to help lawyers create the career and lives they love." Posts give advice on productivity, networking, marketing and rainmaking and discuss technology for the legal workplace.
"A discussion for search engine marketing, search engine optimization, and legal matching services for lawyers. The blawg will also discuss various other law firm marketing topics."
Australian legal and regulatory impacts on businesses.
Posts share the author's opinions on e-discovery debates and answer e-discovery questions posed by readers.
This blawg provides information about how to prepare for the bar examination and commentary about related issues in legal education. The blawg occasionally posts news about the bar examination in the United States and about admission to the bar in foreign countries.
"We created this blog to provide tips, analyze trends and share ideas to help you market your firm."
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