"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."
"Two law students blogging about law school, the First Amendment, and other various topics."
Harvard Law School news and events, world and national news, and op-eds written by students, professors, as well as outside contributors.
"Covers news and opinion about issues that are important to the law student and law school community in Southern California."
A look at current legal issues involving technology and software.
"A comprehensive resource managed by law students serving the needs of prospective and current students through the free exchange of knowledge and shared experiences."
"The Legal Scoop is a place for law students, lawyers, and anyone else involved or interested in the legal profession to be to heard. Readers can utilize comment sections and a discussion forum to voice what is on their minds regarding various issues in the law."
The site aggregates the work of its member law reviews—which so far are the Chicago Law Review, Cornell Law Review, Duke Law Journal, Georgetown Law Journal, New York University Law Review, Northwestern Law Review, and the Stanford Law Review—by featuring distilled "op-ed" versions of upcoming articles from member law reviews that are written for a more general audience by those articles' authors.
"The journey to law school."
"The official blog of the Hofstra University School of Law Labor & Employment Law Journal."
"My blog uses case law to introduce people to the history and geography of London. Cases include Thornton v Shoe Lane Parking, Tulk v Moxhay, Krell v Henry and many more."
"The rhetorical ramblings of a student."
The blog is affiliated with the Res Ipsa Loquitur Online, a student newspaper of the University of Miami School of Law. Content includes articles and photography on a variety of topics, ranging from campus news to national legal developments.
An online law journal, posts include law-related articles and editorials discussion law and policy issues, careers open to law school graduates.
News updates and analysis related to corporate governance, the Securities and Exchange Commission, shareholder actions, executive compensation and the Delaware Court of Chancery.
"Blog began with preparing to take the LSAT and continues with beginning law school full time, fall 2011."
"Content ranges from relevant legal issues in the law, issues involving school, humor with a legal twist and many other aspects of my daily life that I find relevant to the law."
"This blog is dedicated to the U.K. Supreme Court. The U.K. Supreme Court is the U.K.'s highest court; its judgments bind lower courts and thus shape the development of English Law. Since 1399, the Law Lords, the judges of the most senior court in the country, have sat within Parliament. From October 2009, however, they have moved to an independent court in the Middlesex Guildhall. To mark this historic development, this blog has been set up to provide commentary on the U.K. Supreme Court and its judgments."
"The idea behind United Students Federation is to provide a platform to the Pakistani students from all over the country and abroad to unite and raise their voice against all the social evils and spread political awareness among the masses."
“The goal of the blog is to further legal scholarship through shorter, quicker, discussion-based discourse by contributors with practical experience, and to allow more student contributors to build domain expertise and be published in their profession.”
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