A legal blog with a focus on law school, intellectual property, technology, and other related topics.
This blawg provides information about how to prepare for the bar examination and commentary about related issues in legal education. The blawg occasionally posts news about the bar examination in the United States and about admission to the bar in foreign countries.
Posts provide law students with meaningful connections to practicing professionals, job resources, relevant programming, and practical skills competitions.
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 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.
"Tracks and analyzes cases, current developments, and scholarship in constitutional law, with a particular eye toward teaching constitutional law." Daily posts cover congressional authority, federalism and legislative action at the state and federal levels related to interpretation of the U.S. Constitution.
"Perhaps little more than my own often-conflicted views about what the 'right' democracy is." Posts discuss election law and legal education topics.
"If you have not yet decided to go to law school, this website and the related blog will explain what you can expect so that you can make an informed decision of whether or not law school is right for you. If you have already decided to go to law school or are already there, this blog will provide you with money- and time-saving advice that will guide you through your remaining years and the bar examination. The helpful tips in this blog will start from the law school application process and cover every important aspect of law school right through to preparing for and sitting for the bar examination. The advice answers questions that you will have as you go through the law school process and provides you with answers before it is too late. Some tips may save you $40 while other may save you thousands. Other tips will eliminate hours of needless research. What you will get here is practical, targeted and specific tips on how to effectively navigate though the various parts of law school and the bar exam and all from a Harvard Law School graduate."
"In the 21st century, the practice of law is shaking loose from its traditional moorings and heading out into uncharted territory. Opportunities abound, but so do pitfalls. Most of the old rules won’t apply anymore, while some will matter more than ever. Welcome to the new legal profession, powered by collaboration, innovation, and client service. This is your front-row seat."
"A collection of blogs written by LSAT instructors and law students. MSS covers application advice, relevant law-related news, features on particular LSAT questions, LSAT trends, videos, and law school insights." Posts here come from Infinite Loathing and LSAT Ninja, Killing One Bird with Two Stones.
The authors post about books and papers, law school job openings, concerns of working professors, and "a variety of topics related to law and life."
"A law professor blawg designed to feel like a faculty lounge with conversations about law, culture, and academia." A group blawg with multiple daily posts that discuss books and great legal thinkers, track law faculty openings and hires, and generally examine the lay of the land for law professors and law students. The occasional news-of-the-weird item will also slip in.
A blog about all things academic law libraries and legal research. The author also discusses issues in law schools and legal writing.
Posts cover topics related to criminal defense and interesting verdicts in Texas.