Posts are "focused on creating a welcoming, useful, dynamic and engaging communications forum that attracts contributors and readers. We hope to create a sense of community among blog contributors and readers, and provide an opportunity for more organic, member-driven content and interaction on an ongoing basis."
"This is my tale from the trenches of law school."
Articles "about the trials of prelaw students, law students and post-graduates."
"I've got a baby girl, a trivia champ husband, a legal fellowship, a vegetarian kitchen, and a song in my heart. Most days."
"Let's be honest: You want to be me."
This blawg discusses work-life balance issues faced by parents in the workplace, highlights legal news stories, and covers other blogs and topics, not all of them law-related.
"A Latina student's thoughts about law school with a pinch of gender and race theory for spice."
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.
"Provides helpful tips on applying to law firm jobs for entry-level attorneys, law students, and paralegals. Also news and status for updates to Resumé Launchpad."
"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."
"Looking at life through legal lenses, Solicitr presents a dash of news with a dose of views, gossip and entertainment. Flick through for a bit of light relief or take the opportunity to have your say; your opinions, insights and stories are welcome."
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.
The author writes about her experiences as a new criminal defense lawyer.
News about the University of Louisville's Louis D. Brandeis School of Law and its students.
"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."
Focusing on life after college, including going to grad school and law school, posts aim to help recent graduates make smart choices.
"The blog compliments author's book, Barrister on a Budget, by adding advice and comments on current events, news, and data that may affect students' financial decision-making as it applies to law school."
"Intended to serve as a progressive voice hailing from the otherwise conservative confines of the University of San Diego School of Law and beyond."
A direct link to the University of Louisville School of Law and to the dean's office for alumni and legal professionals.
"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."