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.
A legal blog with a focus on law school, intellectual property, technology, and other related topics.
"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."
Covers issues and information meant for adjunct law professors and labor / union law stories in the news.
"The center for blurbs in the public interest."
Blog discusses the life of a law school student.
The blog covers a variety of legal topics but focuses on family law and the business of law in Arkansas.
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.
"I’ll be working at the Boston College Legal Assistance Bureau (BC LAB) this summer and want to tell you all about it!"
Posts provide law students with meaningful connections to practicing professionals, job resources, relevant programming, and practical skills competitions.
Law professor-bloggers exchange ideas, concerns, and opinions concerning the future of legal education. Posts also cover news from the Association of American Law Schools.
This blawg contains comic essays, personal war stories and op-eds about tort reform, but "most of the fun is in the comments."
The blog aims to cover issues important to the lawyers and professionals who manage the largest law firms and corporate legal departments. Posts cover breaking news about large law firm mergers, significant partner moves and leadership changes, law firm bankruptcies, insights into how technology is changing the delivery of legal services, how in-house counsel are approaching their work and the ways in which litigation and new regulations are changing the legal business landscape.
"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."
"Discussions on clinical education, justice and legal reform."
The blog started out chronicling the life of two attorneys from Boulder, Colo., who tried out life in China for a year.
This blog highlights academic job openings and covers salaries of professors, salaries of recent law school graduates, recent law review articles and other law school news. It can also be counted on to come up with its own rankings of law schools and law reviews.
This blawg covers technology issues affecting legal researchers and provides information about symposia on this topic.
Most posts describe and link to computer-assisted tutorials created by law professors from member schools; others cover Center for Computer Assisted Legal Instruction news.
Posts and comments cover the practice of law, individual liberties and legal education with a United Kingdom focus. The author also interviews other lawyers in his podcasts.
"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.
This blawg "is devoted to discussion of class bias in higher education. My specific interest is in legal education where most law professors are supplied by a small number of elite schools. I am interested in the manifestations of this bias and solutions. My experience is that the bias affects everything from hiring to acceptable forms of dress and discourse. The dominant characteristic of those in power is a 'sense of entitlement.' "
"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."
Concurring Opinions is a general-interest blawg.
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