"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.
"Ramblings on software, law, and the spaces in between."
This is the blog of the Dean of The University of Detroit Mercy School of Law.
"If you're looking for a blog that strictly sticks to matters of law, librarianship, or legal research, you're in the wrong place."
A blog devoted to the development of Catholic legal theory.
"The art of winning an unfair academic game."
"Legal information and research resources brought to you by the Michael E. Moritz Law Library at The Ohio State University."
Nancy Rapoport's Blogspot has information about "all sorts of things—governance in higher education and in law firms, bankruptcy ethics, popular culture and the law, Enron and other corporate fiascos, professional responsibility generally, movies, ballroom and Latin dancing" and anything else that gets the author's attention.
Posts are on general topics of legal interest, not limited to Illinois. There's no real overarching theme to the coverage, other than analysis of current cases.
Features "adventures in law and technology" through the lens of bloggers at the Shepard Broad Law Center of Nova Southeastern University, Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
"Topics include law school life, law school curricula, experiential legal education, the admissions and application process for law school, developments in legal academe, and much more."
"Where intellectual honesty has (almost always) trumped partisanship—albeit in a kind of boring way until recently—since 2005." The authors post about books and papers, law school job openings, concerns of working professors, and "a variety of topics related to law and life."
"A Latina student's thoughts about law school with a pinch of gender and race theory for spice."
"Reviewing current legal issues from the law school's region, defined as the Third Circuit, Second Circuit, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Delaware."
"We started this blog as a way to inform the College of Law community about key legal-education, research, practice, and law-library news, including but not limited to items of particular interest to Maricopa County and Arizona."
"Observations about the legal profession."
Posts center on the futures of law firms and legal education with a focus on the United Kingdom.
Discussion of law, legal resources and research aides, with focus on Massachusetts. Numerous links to Suffolk University Law School faculty and resources.
Posts cover covers tax law and policy, with forays into law school news.
The blog focuses on technology issues and resources mainly having to do with Albany Law School.