"Corporate lawyer by day, keeper of a small, rude, incontinent person by night."
"Life and times of a working mother." Among her posts are her "Lawliss" podcasts.
Discusses the legal aspects to parenting in general, and to child safety issues such as bullying and bike helmet laws. Posts a weekly "Motherly Advice" quote.
"Serving women in law school and the legal profession, Ms. JD is an online community that provides a forum for dialogue and networking among women lawyers and aspiring lawyers." The blawg features issues relating to the numbers of women who opt out of the legal profession and the poor representation of women in the courts and legal community. The site also addresses the role of gender in legal careers.
"Adventures of a lesbian attorney superhero."
"Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, in all her glory." Posts consist of tributes to Ginsburg in the form of videos, memes, and links to quotes about her in the news media.
"Musings about the law and stuff."
"Provides resources, inspiration and amusement to women and men who have an interest in developing and supporting leading lawyer ladies. The site includes links to reviewed sites, helpful resources and commentary." The blogger also notes "that the most common Google search that brings readers to this site involve some variation of 'what should a female lawyer wear to work?' " and she posts on that topic as well.
Most posts are about motherhood, but the blogger also writes about balancing her billable hours with her son's needs.
The author writes about her experiences as a new criminal defense lawyer.
"The adventures of a single mom trying to maintain a life balance while attending law school part-time and working full-time."
The blog has a stated goal of being a "career sherpa" for its readers. Some posts give advice to those who seek success in BigLaw or at least news about BigLaw hiring trends; other posts focus on women in the law and work-life balance issues.
"A Philly-based resource for women with conservative careers. Features include fashion tips, law school and career advice, inspiration and news."
This blog, for aspiring law students, current law students and newbie lawyers, is less about finding inspiration and more about finding answers to specific questions. Expert guest posters (FYI, not all of them women) are brought in to take on specific topics—such as preparing for the LSAT, writing a law review note or applying for a clerkship. But this blog isn't only useful for those breaking into law. Those trying to break out of the profession will also find acceptance and words of wisdom.
"This blog is meant to chronicle the rise of law-related startups and other innovative legal solutions that will afford people more access to justice."
Advice for lawyers, particularly female lawyers, about the details of practicing law and working toward a career while also balancing life.
Journal about the blogger's life and fledgling legal job. "How much of the blog is based in fact and how much of it is based in fiction is a finding of fact that you, the reader, must determine."
Posts deal with leadership initiatives, career counseling, business development, coaching, discrimination and gender initiatives.
"Blog began with preparing to take the LSAT and continues with beginning law school full time, fall 2011."
"This blog was created to consistently shed light on the great work that women criminal defense attorneys have done and continue to do around the country. We’re working to create community for women who specialize in criminal defense. We want to start building on images and narratives of women in this field so that a lasting picture can be painted. Women are taught not to brag and boast but this has the effect of leaving a void in our own story. I want to change that."
The Women's Rights Employment Law Blog covers women's and transgender rights, with links to news items and posts of reader comments.