"Covers pressing intellectual property, privacy, technology and related legal issues."
This blawg keeps tabs on the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, devours and analyzes draft reports on gene patents, and speculates on what the Obama administration will mean to patent law.
"Neurotic law school grad assimilating into society, one day at a time."
"A 'pre' professional blog of a Law Student. Written professionally about law school from a student's perspective, with emphasis on sharing experiences with fellow and prospective students. Updated weekly. Topics include tips, popular study topics, and the occasional personal anecdote."
Posts cover events at Washington and Lee University School of Law, news related to offshore drilling and actions by the Environmental Protection Agency.
"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."
"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."
"An online-only resource featuring short synopses of recent developments in all areas of law and technology, including significant cases and legislation in the United States and abroad. The Digest is designed to provide academics, practitioners and law students not only with timely access to important legal developments, but also with links to in-depth commentary on those issues."
"Short entries analyzing current cases, trends and issues in IP law."
Posts include illustrated recipes for "healthy meals that are relatively easy and inexpensive."
This is a broad-ranging legal information and research blog with a mission to focus on legal stories of substantive importance rather than sensational appeal and cover both national and international legal news.
"The Official Blog of the Duquesne University School of Law News Magazine."
"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."
The Kentucky Journal of Equine, Agriculture & Natural Resources Law blawg is committed to developing a productive dialogue between legal scholars, practitioners and students in the fields of equine, agricultural and natural resources law. The blawg is updated weekly by 2L and 3L staff members of KJEANRL to provide a reliable online counterpart to the print copy of the journal. Additionally, legal professionals are strongly encouraged to submit online articles to be published on the blawg. Readers of the journal and the various online articles are invited discuss the articles on the blawg.
"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 Web show designed to discuss legal developments in the world of sports. A new episode is uploaded every 2nd and 4th Sunday of the month in which a major sports headline or ongoing topic is discussed and how it relates to the law, whether it's a criminal matter, a contract law issue, or a tort claim."
"Nontraditional law student on her way to becoming the law diva she always dreamed she could be."
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.
"Yet another law school blog, following a now-2L suffering and carousing (mostly suffering) through the psychological torture and endless mishaps of one of the world's greatest masochistic endeavors."
"A book, a mom, and a baby."
"Following an upper-class law student as he attempts to secure a summer legal internship, wrestles with law professors, and comes to grip with mounting student debt."
"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."
Law School Toolbox aims to "demystify the exam preparation process, so you can spend your time doing things that matter. (And skip the things that don’t help.)"
The blog analyzes emerging legal issues in IP, technology, commerce and the arts and showcases research being developed by authors at the Washington Journal of Law, Technology & Arts.
"As explained by one of our readers: "TDot discusses his own realities, challenges and triumphs throughout his first year of law school in a highly informative, humble, funny and—most importantly—in a down to earth and real manner. If you're thinking about law school (or already in it), we'll give it to you straight like a shot of whiskey."