"A law student's take on the state-of-the-law news concerning primarily copyright and music industry issues."
Posts have advice for law school hopefuls regarding their applications' personal statements, recruiting schedules, campus tours, and the occasional interview with an author of a book the bloggers found enjoyable.
"Surely the most important part of any writing venture is the title, right? While there were a million reasons to resist the Communications Office’s importunings to write a blog, the first and most enduring was my inability to think of a good title. The best I could think of was just to recycle the title of my sole post-law school law review article, which is pathetic under any circumstances—but even more so if you know that it was my husband, and not I, who came up with the title. But inspiration finally struck. A2 is the locals’ sobriquet for Ann Arbor, which cleverly avoids connotations and copyright issues. And Z? Well, that’s me."
Posts contain advice and links to relevant articles for readers considering law school.
Blog discusses the life of a law school student.
"Examining a student's needs for the bar exam."
Posts analyze bar exam results, state by state. Other site resources graph rates of bar passage as well as scholarship offers and tuition ups and downs at the nation’s law schools.
"This is the blog of the Law Library at Indiana University Maurer School of Law. Post coverage varies from library announcements to current events to legal research tips and tricks."
"BlogAlly topics include student learning, law school strategy, contests, jobs, and exam tips."
"Abstracts to articles, faculty discussion, posting syllabi for classes and more."
"Provides news and views on matters of interest to the Brooklyn Law School community."
"Blueprint JD is passionate about diversity in the legal profession. We believe the key to achieving diversity is through the students themselves, who too often lack the information, resources, and connections necessary to achieve their career goals. Blueprint JD bridges this gap, offering tailored career information and advice to diverse law students. By giving students access to helpful, relevant guidance, Blueprint JD helps diverse law students succeed in their legal careers."
The blog started out chronicling the life of two attorneys from Boulder, Colo., who tried out life in China for a year.
Blog contains tips for landing legal jobs and advancing a legal career; observations about the state of the legal industry; and roundups of legal news and career advice from various outside media sources.
This blawg "seeks to inform the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law community about key legal education, research, practice, and law library news, with a particular focus on Cuyahoga County and Ohio as well as faculty research interests."
Discussion of law school issues and lifestyle.
"Preachings and teachings from my perspective inside a third-wave law firm. Appealing to spare room tycoons, home office lawyers, downshifters, carpet commuters, connected attorneys, law students and wannabes." Posts cover law school news and emerging law practice niches.
"The Cocky Law Blawg was established in 2006 by the Coleman Karesh Law Library at the University of South Carolina School of Law. The blawg is intended to keep all students, faculty, and staff aware of legal news, legal resources, library information, legal research and writing class information, and other research tips."
Wide-ranging discussion of law school issues interspersed with general life topics. "This is the tumblelog of a law student with little will. A multi-media side-dish snippet salad of products, news, pics, flics, quotes, and procrastinations for and about law school."
"The UNAUTHORIZED blogger collective for the University of Colorado Law School."
"Defamation news and legal analysis with a Canadian focus."
"I began the process of applying to law school in the summer of 2004 and started this blog to chronicle the grand adventure. It was a big shift for me, nerve-racking and exciting, if not always fun."
"Living in the law school, and occasionally Tulsa, Okla."
"Each blog post: (a) identifies cases that address technology mishaps (either through negligence, ethical lapses in judgment, too much reliance on outside counsel and vendors, or fraud); (b) exposes the specific conduct that caused a problem; (c) explains how and why the conduct was improper; and (d) offers suggestions on how to learn from these mistakes and prevent similar ones from reoccurring."
"For students at Boston College Law School." There is a public blawg as well as a "members only" section only accessible by the Boston College students and faculty.