"Provides "bytes" of risk management advice."
Irreverent and muckraking posts on breaking legal news and issues of the day. In additional to reporting on news events and cases of interest, ATL contributors offer commentary on legal controversies and the state of the industry at large. The site also has a career center with job listings and information for job seekers. ATL was added to the ABA Journal's Blawg 100 Hall of Fame in 2012.
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.
Amazing Firms, Amazing Practices has posts on law firm management and marketing.
Personal injury law in New York City.
Posts cover the recession's effect on new lawyers, personal development for young lawyers, social media and other generalized law topics.
Posts explore topics of legal project management in transactional practices.
"A worm's-eye view of the English bar." An admittedly fictional diary of a junior barrister. It’s part soap opera and part snark from an author who’s cheesed off with the legal profession.
"Legal assistant and paralegal blog with information on education, certification, job search, and more."
The blog aims to cover issues important to the lawyers and professionals who manage the largest law firms and corporate legal departments. Posts cover breaking news about large law firm mergers, significant partner moves and leadership changes, law firm bankruptcies, insights into how technology is changing the delivery of legal services, how in-house counsel are approaching their work and the ways in which litigation and new regulations are changing the legal business landscape.
Posts include snarky op-eds related to the legal news of the day, columns written by law students and young practicing lawyers about their experiences in the profession, coverage of quirky legal news stories—and a weekly caption contest.
Blog discusses high-profile criminal cases in the news and gives tips for trial attorneys.
"Blueprint JD is passionate about diversity in the legal profession. We believe the key to achieving diversity is through the students themselves, who too often lack the information, resources, and connections necessary to achieve their career goals. Blueprint JD bridges this gap, offering tailored career information and advice to diverse law students. By giving students access to helpful, relevant guidance, Blueprint JD helps diverse law students succeed in their legal careers."
"The Broadcast Law Blog covers regulatory issues and legal developments in the broadcast industry, and copyright matters for music services and digital media companies."
Blog contains tips for landing legal jobs and advancing a legal career; observations about the state of the legal industry; and roundups of legal news and career advice from various outside media sources.
"A BigLaw lawyer turned stay-at-home mom chronicles life after law firms and reflects on the craziness of it all."
Discusses personal injury topics, Illinois tort laws and firm events.
"Preachings and teachings from my perspective inside a third-wave law firm. Appealing to spare room tycoons, home office lawyers, downshifters, carpet commuters, connected attorneys, law students and wannabes." Posts cover law school news and emerging law practice niches.
Blog discusses law practice management, business development and marketing.
This blawg discusses all levels of law firm lawyer compensation, from associates to service partners, to rainmakers, to lawyer-managers, and senior lawyers who are phasing down in preparation for retirement. It comments on external market forces as well as the complex internal issues of system design, productivity, and motivation. It draws on Altman Weil’s extensive survey databases as a source of compensation trends and benchmarks.
"Marketing and career issues that face attorneys in private practice and beyond."
"In this blog I share recommendations and best practices for improving the structure and management of relationships between and among law firms, their clients, and new third-party providers. As more law departments and law firms consider unbundling matters and services and outsourcing some parts thereof, they will need new capabilities, new pricing models, and new ways of collaborating."
The Davis newsroom feed contains information on major announcements, recent transactions and press coverage of Davis LLP lawyers.
Legal research services—Bloomberg BNA, LexisNexis, Westlaw—are a big part of this blog's beat. But O'Grady also takes close looks at new legal research platforms, interviews legal publishing leaders, and explores the evolving role of law librarians as the profession absorbs new technology and law firms rethink how they serve clients.
"Tips and tools for paralegals of all practice areas; virtual paralegal information for attorneys interested in using and locating a virtual paralegal."