"Dedicated to liberating lawyers in small law firms. ... Post comments. Ask questions. Challenge what I have to say. Share any great resources that you think will help the solos and lawyers in small firms to generate more business and/or manage our small law firms more profitably. No one with a relevant comment or constructive criticism will be excuded!"
"Commonsense strategies for growing your legal practice."
"This blog is about a wide variety of real estate litigation and condemnation topics. In our world of information-by-avalanche we hope to pick through professional journals, academic papers, books, and articles and bring the relevant ideas that will hopefully will make a positive impact on your professional practice."
This is a blawg "about the intersection (or is it 'collision'?) of law, media and public perception."
“Advice for starting a Delaware business.”
A blog covering incidents of personal injury in California and advice on how to prevent accidents, particularly traffic accidents.
"In addition to information on industry events, publications and personalities, InsideLegal.com focuses on legal technology industry market research and trends. "
This blawg addresses issues related to insurance coverage and to the duties of good faith and fair dealing as presented in claims and as ruled on by courts across the nation.
"Law that applies to bad faith insurance claims all across the United States and, from time to time, an examination also of the bad faith law prevailing in the anglo-commonwealth countries."
"Provides news and insight regarding trends, technologies, and current events of interest to in-house and outside counsel and legal support professionals."
"Helps lawyers thrive in the global economy. Blog posts give practical strategies that law firms, corporate law departments and individual practitioners can use to grow vibrant international law practices."
"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."
The Internet Law Forum is an interactive social network and blogging site that allows legal professionals to weigh in on legislation related to Internet and technology law.
News of interest of the "absurd" relating to the Internet, cable, telco, wireless, publishing, content and technology businesses.
Rounds up global intellectual property news. Also found here is the IP Think Tank Podcast.
We’re letting the IPKat out of the bag. This blog is good for coverage of copyright, patent, trademark and privacy/confidentiality issues —and a laugh. Maybe it’s just because everything’s funnier with a British accent: The authors are based in the U.K., and their multiple daily posts focus on issues on their side of the pond.
"A forum to explain, discuss, and develop ideas about intellectual property and intangible assets."
Posts focus on conflict management in the workplace and achieving peaceful solutions.
"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."
"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."
This blawg covers "law practice management, the Internet and technology as it applies both in law practice and in all of our lives."
“Law firm internet marketing and practice management blog covering topics in law firm website design, search engine optimization, Internet marketing for lawyers and law firms, as well as practice management tips.”
"Legal proof satisfies the law, but not jurors. We find the proof that speaks to jurors." Offers advice to litigators.
Posts explore "how to persuade jurors and judges and win trials. We look at all aspects, from themes and storytelling, through jury selection and persuading the fact-finder. It's about reality and data vs. old-time 'wisdom' that is usually wrong. It's about meeting layperson jurors where they are and remembering that they did not go to law school."
"Launched in 2008, Knockoff Report is...dedicated specifically to news and views in the world of anti-counterfeiting."