Educational law scholars blogging on recent developments at the intersection of law and education.
"An in-depth look at all issues related to expert witnesses and the selection of experts."
"The blog focuses primarily on issues surrounding structured settlements and their applications in the resolution of personal injury litigation."
Posts discuss the evolution of the practice of law and legal education and ideas for future changes in those realms.
"Web-centric marketing for law firms and professional services. Commentary on next-generation law firm websites and Web-marketing strategies for law firms."
Posts answer questions and offer advice about start-ups and early-stage businesses.
"As consultants to the legal industry (both law firms and law departments), we are constantly thinking, speaking, and writing about how the legal profession is changing and what the future might hold. We've started this blog as a more informal way to share our thoughts, impressions, and predictions with interested readers."
A blog of illustrated newsworthy trials and cases. "Much of the artwork is used for TV news, but not seen in print or online, so here it is available to the public."
Posts discuss personal and professional development, client relationships, strategies for law firms and the Zen mindset.
"Topics of interest to franchisors, franchisees, and suppliers."
"Discusses recent jury trials of interest, weighs in on controversies in the procedures of jury trials, and reviews studies of jury behavior and decision-making."
The bloggers offer an interesting overview of many psychological and sociological elements to consider when crafting an argument to appeal to specific juror demographics. We especially appreciate how they explicitly tailor their advice to address the concerns of both plaintiffs attorneys and defense attorneys.
"Educating clients on the things their lawyers don't want them to know."
"Designed to help you sharpen your lawyer video marketing and provide you, the attorney, with great marketing tips, strategies, and ideas. This blog will help you understand how creating little online videos can help you attract your ideal clients and get them to trust you before they ever meet you."
"Provide some insights into online marketing for the legal profession."
Posts and podcasts cover the legal issues that arise (whether they are acknowledged or not) in TV shows and the latest theatrical releases—usually of the sci-fi / fantasy variety.
Posts jump in the blogosphere's conversation about law firm marketing hits and misfires.
"Focuses on the lien and bond claim laws that help the construction industry get paid. Focusing on lien and bond claim regulations across the United States, the blog provides readers with how-to articles and updates on legislation and court decisions that impact the same."
Posts—many of them in list form—share ideas with litigators about persuading juries as well as working successfully with co-counsel and trial consultants.
Posts cover practice management topics for law firm partners and in-house counsel.
"A contrarian's view of professional services marketing and management."
Blog is geared toward law firms and legal marketers, and focuses primarily on how to use social media to market legal services. Topics include LinkedIn, YouTube, Twitter, direct marketing and e-mail marketing.
News, information, commentary and "sassy entertainment" relating to the life cycle of patents. Patent Prospector is an "open forum" weblog in that submissions are welcome within the blog's categories.
This blawg covers the impact of recent law change on retirement and health plan documents. The Pension Protection Act made the most sweeping changes to the plan documents in the last 30 years at the same time the IRS decided to restructure how it regulates qualified plans. Caught in this intersection is one ERISA attorney who writes plan documents.
"Provides attorneys and legal marketers with useful public relations, legal marketing and social media tips and information to help law firms understand the ever-changing landscape of legal marketing and ethics."