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.
"The official blog of the Illinois Supreme Court Commission on professionalism. Designed to connect lawyers and inspire change, the blog focuses on advocating and advancing the highest standards of conduct among lawyers to better serve clients and society."
"A law blog addressing the foci of 3 intrepid law geeks, specializing in their respective fields of knowledge management, Internet marketing and library sciences, melding together to form the Dynamic Trio."
"Publicizing and discussing free Continuing Legal Education."
Links to the author's interviews with "people that have a vested interest in the legal system, profession and society" that he has written for MileHive.
"Provides "bytes" of risk management advice."
"We circulate news, resources, opinions, and ideas that help access to justice commissions and their allies to carry out their missions of achieving equal justice for society’s most vulnerable members. This is serious work, but we maintain some lightheartedness about it here."
This blawg is updated on a regular basis bringing information to attendees about the upcoming ABA Techshow.
"A discussion of knowledge management that goes above and beyond technology. Given the extraordinary technology available today, knowledge management should be a cakewalk. But it isn't. If anything, the availability of cool tech toys has made more apparent the nontech challenges of effective KM. This blog focuses on those nontech elements—on the aspects of human nature, behavior and interaction that make law firm knowledge management so challenging and so rewarding."
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.
Posts focus on the intersection of emerging technologies, social media and marketing and their impact on the practice of law, research and writing.
"Writings on life, business and the pursuit of truth."
Amazing Firms, Amazing Practices has posts on law firm management and marketing.
This blawg focuses on law firm marketing, including new media and online publishing.
"Using an appeal to reason, an appellate attorney speaks to trial attorneys."
"Comments on Antitrust Law, Policy, and Economics."
"Patents and intellectual property law in a business context."
"Recommended reading for business development and marketing in the legal profession."
"Law firm business development and marketing."
"The Web's first China business blog."
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.
"'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.