"The JETLaw blog incorporates easily accessible legal analysis of current events, cases, and issues related to the journal’s scope. Its legal analysis includes topics from the areas of entertainment and sports, patent, copyright, trademark, the internet, information security, and technology, as well as issues in other areas of law arising from the growing prevalence of technology."
"I am a legal academic commenting on the strange worlds of law, legal profession, bureaucracy, universities, and globalization."
"California Western School of Law student experiences. San Diego legal community experiences. Political discussion (moderate liberal author). Random ramblings. How to do well in law school. Tips and Tricks."
"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."
"Kansas Law Free Press is the student-run newspaper of the University of Kansas School of Law. It's about new things, big ideas, awkwardness, intellectual diversity, refinement, and getting to the point. It’s dedicated to informing, inspiring, and entertaining the students, faculty, and administration at KU as well as the community at large."
"A collection of musings from University of Kansas School of Law students and administrators on the law school experience, the legal job market and other topics. Contributors include current students, law librarians, and staff members in the offices of admissions and career services."
"A brand-new corporate attorney with a husband, toddler, cat, two big dogs and a lot of shoes."
"A forum about the legal future, with posts and commentary of the future of the law, legal practice, and legal education."
A "resource for law school news, LSAT tips, and admissions advice."
"A blog devoted to legal education and the legal profession from the perspective of law deans." Posts discuss topics such as student debt, access to justice and the two-year JD.
Law Is Cool is a new blawg and podcast addressing issues related to law school and the legal field with a Canadian focus. The contents are intended for 1) current and potential law students; 2) graduates reviewing for their bar exam; and 3) members of the general public interested in learning more about the law.
A regularly-updated blawg for those who run and work in academic support offices.
Posts discuss the efforts of law schools and other entities to improve employment outcomes for graduates.
"Recent law grad over $250,000 in debt blogs about trying to make it as a small practice public interest lawyer—all within the context of broader changes happening within the legal profession."
"A news aggregate." Some original content, but mostly links to mainstream media stories covering law school news.
"Delivers regular podcasts to help those considering law school navigate the law school admissions process. Podcasts also cover topics of interest to law students. Topics of podcasts and blog posts include everything from a behind-the-scenes view of the admission process to post-law school job opportunities and current market trends. Guests include deans of law schools, alumni, LSAT test preparation companies, law school admissions authors, law school admissions consultants and more. On each segment, we go in-depth on a particular topic of interest to a law school applicant and interview relevant experts to help make the application application process more efficient and successful and to help law school applicants gain acceptance to the right law school for them."
"The purpose of the blog is to focus on what law students need for academic and professional success in law school and taking the bar exam. It is based upon common concerns and questions raised by law students."
"If you have not yet decided to go to law school, this website and the related blog will explain what you can expect so that you can make an informed decision of whether or not law school is right for you. If you have already decided to go to law school or are already there, this blog will provide you with money- and time-saving advice that will guide you through your remaining years and the bar examination. The helpful tips in this blog will start from the law school application process and cover every important aspect of law school right through to preparing for and sitting for the bar examination. The advice answers questions that you will have as you go through the law school process and provides you with answers before it is too late. Some tips may save you $40 while other may save you thousands. Other tips will eliminate hours of needless research. What you will get here is practical, targeted and specific tips on how to effectively navigate though the various parts of law school and the bar exam and all from a Harvard Law School graduate."
"The blog includes advice for each year of law school, study tips, tricks on getting internships, etc. This site also contains battle strategies, like scheduling advice, essay approaches, and other information."
"In the 21st century, the practice of law is shaking loose from its traditional moorings and heading out into uncharted territory. Opportunities abound, but so do pitfalls. Most of the old rules won’t apply anymore, while some will matter more than ever. Welcome to the new legal profession, powered by collaboration, innovation, and client service. This is your front-row seat."
Written for law students in India, the blog contains law school news, career advice, internship stories and "Lawstruck," a forum for creative works of art.
"LawLearn features commentary on the evolution of the legal marketplace and legal education and practice tips for attorneys. LawLearn addresses the challenges facing the legal profession, offers ways to improve attorney and law student education and training to best meet those challenges, and helps those in the legal field keep up with our constantly evolving profession. LawLearn is a community for attorneys, legal education & placement professionals, current and future law students, CLE presenters and course planners, and legal services providers."
Features law-related calls for papers, conferences, and workshops as well as general legal scholarship resources.
"A forum for news and discussion between and among law professors who teach legal skills (including legal writing professors, clinicians and 'doctrinal' professors who incorporate practical skills into their courses), practitioners who hire the students we teach, and students themselves who are interested in keeping abreast of trends in legal skills training." Posts address legal writing, very basic law practice management skills, and how law schools can better serve their students.
Legal Theory Blog says it contains "all the theory that fits." It posts links to articles in law reviews and elsewhere that discuss constitutional and legal theory.