Is the self-described "home for settlement professionals on the Net." The blawg includes news, commentary and educational content primarily for settlement and legal professionals.
A daily information exchange, posts feature "rants and raves" by and for the solo practitioner.
"The Sustainable Lawyer, an extension of the Boston Bar Association’s Task Force on Environmental Sustainability, will provide brief posts providing tips and best practices on the greening of the legal profession, interviews with green mavens in law offices and law firms, stories about opportunities to do green pro bono or community service work, and accounts of lawyers in a variety of settings working to reduce their carbon footprints."
"Tips and techniques for trial lawyers, appearing for the plaintiff or defense."
Breaking news, legal opinions and other information of interest to Virginia lawyers.
"Law from the inside out." A general counsel-turned-consultant writes posts devoted to the role of the general counsel. A recent series of "Zen and the Art of Legal Pricing" posts offer guidelines to how law firms with corporate clients should price their services.
Deals with law firm management and technology issues. It says it is "changing professional practice one idea at a time."
Commentary and summaries of cases before the Philadelphia-based 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.
Posts cover innovative technologies for lawyers and marketing through social media channels—and focus on the needs of solo and small-firm lawyers.
Posts deal with leadership initiatives, career counseling, business development, coaching, discrimination and gender initiatives.
"Tips for Young Lawyers offers tips, thoughts and ideas to help young and experienced lawyers alike with issues that confront their daily practice." Headlines include "The Power of Sound Bites," "10 Things to Keep in Your Briefcase," "The Firm Is Just Not that into You" and "Be Your Own CEO."
This is a legal blawg of interest to lawyers who occasionally or regularly deal with clients, plaintiffs, defendants, and witnesses from other cultures or who encounter foreign-language evidence requiring foreign-language document translation in the course of litigation.
Features tips and practical advice to help trial lawyers better select cases, develop trial strategy and represent injured consumers.
Up to Par posts information, resources and advice for lawyers who want to balance work and home life.
Posts about internet marketing for lawyers in Southern California, reviews of California law firms' websites and legal news from California.
Highlighted sources on legal knowledge, Web development, and law library management.
"Don't think like us, think with us. VeraSage Institute is the most revolutionary think tank for professional service firms—we challenge the professions to break free of practice methods that hurt the professions, undermine their purposes, and fail their clients." Posts cover actions by law firms and other professional service firms that are aligned with VeraSage's principles.
"U.S. Virgin Islands law & politics."
Solo practitioner Stephanie Kimbro has operated a virtual law firm out of Wilmington, N.C., for five years. She uses her experience to write about the ethics, technology and practical aspects involved in virtual lawyering.
Posts cover marketing and business development strategies for law firms.
Virtually Blind calls itself a blog on "virtual law, covering legal news, issues, and events that impact virtual worlds."
"Communicating effectively in the boardroom, courtroom and living room."
"Legal updates for lawyers and businesses. Mainly re intellectual property law and information technology law." Other posts discuss marketing through social media and legal writing tips for law students.
"A blog to educate attorneys on Internet marketing."
"What About Clients? is a weblog which contains my personal ideas and thoughts on servicing business clients as valued customers in American law firms. I started it in 2005 because I think that 1) the level of service at even the best American law firms is often inattentive and erratic—and that troubles me—and 2) even where service is sound, it can be a lot better."