This blawg offers advice and other information to law students (particularly those at Penn State) about dealing with writing endeavors and day-to-day stress. It also highlights and links to discussions on other blawgs, and takes a big-picture look at legal items in the news.
Posts cover regulators' struggles with new business models, struggles to manage government response to natural disasters, and struggles to protect U.S. consumers' health and safety through regulation.
"Look for posts here about everything from women in prison to midwifery and doulas to Supreme Court decisions to transgender rights."
"Aiming to provide the world comprehensive information on legal issues in China, the xanadu of investments, ventures, and tours!"
SCOTUSblog analyzes the cases before the U.S. Supreme Court and posts breaking news of court decisions. Supreme Court decisions are often posted here before the high court puts them on its own website. During session, links to audio clips of oral arguments are posted as they are ready.
"News, commentaries, and opinions from around the world related to national security law."
"A platform dedicated to addressing these interdisciplinary concerns that fuel societal machinery. While born over a year ago, the blog found its true character since February, 2008 and has been going strong ever since. In course of time, we have expressed our views on practically every socio-legal issue under the sun, right from local happenings to international crises."
Posts cover the concerns of a Michigan State University law student: studying for exams, favorite courses, studying methods, law review, the city of East Lansing and coping with stress.
"A place for current and aspiring sports agents to keep abreast of the latest sports business/law/agent news."
Posts link to news stories, columns and documents relating to tax law.
"The adventures of a single mom trying to maintain a life balance while attending law school part-time and working full-time."
Life as a member of the class of 2012 at a "top 14" law school.
"Political commentary and general frivolity." Dish on the University of Alabama School of Law's mass e-mail policies and colorful professors as well as posts on the blogger's general plan of attack for law school.
"A dubious experiment in self-expression by someone whose tongue is nearly always in cheek. ... This project is a retrospective on my law school admission process ("hell"). In a few months' time, look for bitter/cynical 1L reflections and rants from NoSchool. If you recognize me- or are one of the lucky few who were given a link to it, do me a favor and let's both pretend you didn't see it, ok? You know how I feel about writers."
"Fighting the power, one shrug at a time."
"The Bolt is a collection of short comments and updates about new developments in law and technology. Topics include patent, copyright, trademark, and antitrust law, as well as discussions of information privacy, cleantech/greentech, biotech and pharmaceutical issues, and cyberlaw."
"Intended to serve as a progressive voice hailing from the otherwise conservative confines of the University of San Diego School of Law and beyond."
"Anticipate articles that discuss balancing law school and personal commitments, news in the legal world, frugal living tips and recipes, and law school life in general."
"A blog about the law and life. The CockleBur covers everything from the U.S. Supreme Court to book reviews to lighthearted posts."
"The online resource for data and debate about the Supreme Court of Canada."
"Law, politics, philosophy, and occasionally boxing."
Posts cover the issues behind current litigation in the entertainment industry, note legal pitfalls that artists and entertainers may encounter and sometimes just opine on the content of the next big thing in art or cinema.
"A Philly-based resource for women with conservative careers. Features include fashion tips, law school and career advice, inspiration and news."
"A Law Student’s Effort To Mitigate His Crippling Student Debt." Shopping, saving and other financial tips across the board to help a struggling law student (or grad) save money, from the best (and worst) times to go to the supermarket and ways to save on clothes and car-washing to ideas for reducing the cost of law school and paying off loan debt pronto. "I created this site as a way keep track and find out ways to save money while in law school. I’ll write up posts on discoveries I’ve made in the hope that it can benefit someone else. In addition to personal finance posts, I also post on productivity/life hack topics that have come in handy to me while in law school."
"International law, international affairs, and U.S. foreign policy."