"Covers a wide variety of topics on the practice of law and life on the gnat line (a distinctive area of Middle Georgia)."
Covers law practice management and work/life balance issues.
"A book, a mom, and a baby."
"A blog written by a busy, Catholic mother who is a full-time attorney. Includes reflections on being a working parent, work/life balance in the law, Catholicism, motherhood, and children."
"Lawdable is a forum for in-house and managing attorneys to discover and share information related to the issues they face on a daily basis. Through a 'best practices' approach, the blog provides commentary from experts in a wide range of areas, citing specific client examples of progressive and innovative (or 'laudable') initiatives that have helped legal departments become more efficient and economical without sacrificing quality. More specifically, it focuses on national issues and general commentary on the use of attorneys in a nontraditional manner, issues affecting legal departments on a daily basis and how both new and tested approaches can offer solutions, litigation support and e-discovery, best practices regarding technology implementation and efficiency training methods for teams of attorneys, and the work-life balance sought by attorneys."
"Blog posts address how attorneys can reach their goals in four areas: career, marketing, productivity and life balance."
"A blog that invites conversation about how we, as lawyers, can engage in the work that we love and keep our souls alive in the process. Discussing issues as varied as billable hours, art, lawyer stress and the gifts of imperfection, this blog combines poetry and philosophy with the realities of a litigation practice to explore how lawyers can reclaim their lives while, at the same time, cultivating their practice."
"Reflections and commentaries about the impact of depression on the legal profession. Depression is a widespread problem for lawyers. Studies indicate that they suffer from depression at a rate twice that of the average American. Accordingly, approximately 200,000 of the nation's 1 million lawyers struggle with depression. The blog looks at depression from many different angles."
"Positioning law firms for maximum success: helping lawyers and law firm managers create more productive, profitable and enjoyable practices."
"Where culture, food and travel intersect."
Posts discuss marketing through blogging and other social media; the latest "productivity" mobile apps; and work/life balance topics.
"My story of moving from stay-at-home-mom to lawyer: 3 kids, one husband and a menagerie of critters in tow."
"Follow the adventures of 'law mom' as she tries to conquer being a wife, mother and attorney all at once. Who hasn't gone to court covered in spit-up at least once?"
This blawg addresses strategies that lawyers can use in their professional development, business development, career management, and work/life balance.
Includes the lawyer-author's "off-the-cuff opinions" on topics that include current affairs, depression, legal research and books.
"Corporate lawyer by day, keeper of a small, rude, incontinent person by night."
Posts cover the use of social media for business-generation purposes, law practice management issues and the author's takes on work/life balance. The blog also hosts a "Weekly Voir Dire: Conference Call" at noon ET every Friday for those who register.
"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.
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.
Observations and commentary from a wannabe pundit and "recovering" attorney in the shadow of the nation's capital.
This blawg provides general advice about rainmaking, productivity and work-life balance and alerts readers to relevant books and news articles.
"Musings about the law and stuff."
"Strategies and support for solo attorneys."1 2 3 >