"A blog for a new generation of Minnesota lawyers."
This blawg provides technology news affecting lawyers as well as tips on conducting legal research using technology or new book titles.
Posts explore issues related to technology, law practice management, social media and CLE.
This blawg covers "law practice management, the Internet and technology as it applies both in law practice and in all of our lives."
"I am a legal academic commenting on the strange worlds of law, legal profession, bureaucracy, universities, and globalization."
Employment law-related discussions and legal information.
"Jurisdynamics describes the interplay between legal responses to exogenous change and the law's endogenous adaptive capacity. This blog focuses on tools (mathematics, linguistics, complexity theory, and biology) and subjects (regulation, innovation, environmental law, and natural disasters) that invite jurisdynamic analysis."
“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.”
Posts cover legal issues related to privacy and social media as well as pointing readers toward law practice technology and where to access to primary and secondary source legal materials.
The author writes about criminal law and procedure in Washington, D.C., and Northern Virginia and about the challenges of starting a law firm. He also "discusses current events, new case law, trial strategies, and the legal blogosphere, with some gossip, poetry and humor thrown in for good measure."
Blog focuses on advertising and marketing law, social media, and trademark/copyright issues. Posts cover issues such as "Ten Steps for Managing Employees in Social Media" and "Privacy Issues with the Media."
This blog links to news stories and studies about law firms' marketing-related activities and makes notes of those who are and aren't successful, advises law firms on how their marketing dollars should be spent and reviews newly published books about networking and marketing.
This blog is there for when the long arm of the law touches magicians; it also features lawyers who use magic in their practice. A new paranormal TV show might merit a post, too.
"WSJ.com on law and business and the business of law." The Wall Street Journal's legal blog features a half-dozen detailed posts daily on a wide variety of legal topics from law firm shakeups—sometimes featuring interviews with BigLaw names—to the U.S. Supreme Court. Posts frequently include links to pleadings and other relevant legal documents.
"News, tips and information for attorneys to succeed in search engine marketing."
"For every law firm managing partner and administrator who has ever asked the question: 'WHY ME?' "
"Covers best practices in law firm management and strategy."
"Tracks, describes, analyzes, and comments on developments in the growing interest by law firms and lawyers in using the mobile space to reach out to clients and contacts. The blog covers a range of topics, from iPhone and Android mobile apps to mobile-ready websites to law firm pioneers in the use of tablet computing."
"Law firm risk management. Discussion of risk issues and trends. Compliance, conflicts, intake and other concerns for law firm risk professionals."
"Free information to attorneys on how to get found by prospective clients online."
"Web innovation in the legal space and making the connection to law firm business interests." Posts contain blunt advice for lawyers who want to improve their professional reputations and bring in clients through their firm's website, blogging and other social media tools—and they also detail the nuts and bolts of the work involved in stepping things up online.
"We launched this blog to continue to educate lawyers about online advertising. Previous posts on the blog have included everything from how to drive traffic to your website and tips on getting the nuances of search engine optimization to advice on finding and hiring top talent."
This is a wide-ranging, clear and concise employment blawg, summarizing recent articles of interest by various authors. It is written for the practitioner by a retired law professor. This is one of eight employment- (and U.S. Supreme Court-) related blawgs on the Law Memo portal site.
Covers law practice management and work/life balance issues.
"Helping lawyers start, grow, market, and manage successful law practices."