"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."
Is described as a "family friendly site where kids and parents can come to learn about Law, Government, and the Judicial System."
"Thoughts and arguments from the desk of a Michigan and Wisconsin litigation attorney."
"Fighting the power, one shrug at a time."
"A site for lawyers interested in the many flavors of appellate issues and law, including business/commercial law, health law and medical malpractice defense, family law, criminal, statutory actions like ERISA, civil Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act, business torts, whistle-blower, consumer protection and constitutional law."
Focusing on life after college, including going to grad school and law school, posts aim to help recent graduates make smart choices.
"A collection of resources for lawyers and other writers." This site highlights upcoming legal writing seminars as well as posts around the legal blogosphere that cover grammar and style debates and opine the importance of lawyers writing well. The blawg author occasionally adds his own opinions on these topics.
"The 10b-5 Daily is devoted to tracking news and events relating to securities class actions brought on behalf of investors against companies, with an emphasis on judicial developments. ... Although the author of The 10b-5 Daily represents the defendants in these cases, the weblog is designed to be a general resource and cooperative effort. Many of The 10b-5 Daily's readers and contributors are attorneys who work in plaintiffs' firms."
Features news, court decisions and commentary on social justice issues, among other "random thoughts."
"Trial technology, litigation support and cognitive perspective. Not necessarily in that order."
"In 1709 the Statute of Anne created the first purpose-built copyright law. This blog, founded just 300 short and unextended years later, is dedicated to all things copyright, warts and all."
Posts offer advice on how lawyers can use social media to help them find jobs.
The author blogs about personal injury cases ranging from car accidents to medical marijuana issues to medical malpractice.
"The Ad Blog covers the latest in pay-per-click advertising and Adwords developments, as well as tutorials for online advertising and marketing tactics for lawyers."
The Adventure of Strategy offers "regular high-quality snippets and insights into the sharp side of strategy. The side that is interesting, stimulating, provocative and, yes, even adventurous."
Churns out original BigLaw coverage from dawn to dusk every business day, and they also never fail to focus on how national and world news might affect the Am Law 200. Posts cover law firm news, new litigation (with a focus on the firms involved), as well as major federal and state court rulings.
Contains updates on Washington Supreme Court and Washington Court of Appeals decisions, local and national legal news, and the odd bit of humor to keep things interesting.
The bloggers write about the latest pharmaceutical recalls, medical side effect lawsuits and dangerous medical procedure cases.
"A humorous rant blog that draw upon the author's unusual experiences as a licensed attorney."
"The online community and virtual watering hole for appellate lawyers and anyone else who is comfortable with their inner law nerd."
"News and commentary on cutting-edge legal issues pending in state and federal appellate courts across the country." Lots of state supreme court coverage.
This blawg posts news and information about the arts and the laws that apply.
"Dedicated to the law and legal issues that relate to art, entertainment, and the artists who create the works that enrich our world."
"Addresses common problems lawyers face as they speak in public, whether in the courtroom or a board room. By understanding how bodies, brains, and voices work in those settings, readers can hone their technical speaking skills for a specific task."
"Regular updates on Asian law."