Edited by S. Alan Childress, Michael S. Frisch, Jeffrey M. Lipshaw and Nancy B. Rapaport.
Features ideas and thoughts on servicing business clients as valued customers in American law firms. By Dan Hull.
Law practice information and ideas. From Stephanie West Allen of Allen & Nichols Production.
Covers law practice management, marketing, technology and legal careers.
Covers law foundations of Canadian Law. From McGill University's Neil Wehneman and Erin Morgan.
Covers managing in-house counsel groups. By Rees Morrison.
Provides news and notes regarding federal practice in the Southern District of Florida. By David Markus
BYU's Career Services Office (CSO) offers tips on how to survive and thrive in the legal world.
Covers legal technology and practice management news.
Covers corporate, employment law, environmental, forms, insurance, IP, litigation and more. By Geoffrey G. Gussis.
Edited by University of Miami School of Law Professor Michael Froomkin, The Journal of Things We Like (Lots)–JOTWELL–invites law professors to join us in filling a telling gap in legal scholarship by creating a space where legal academics will go to identify, celebrate, and discuss the best new legal scholarship.
Covers the politics of litigation. By Evan Schaeffer.
A forum for dialogue and networking among women lawyers and aspiring lawyers.
Covers client communications, client service, billing, and more. By Patrick Lamb.
Covers legal careers, client service, and marketing.
The University of Chicago Law School is proud to recognize noteworthy events in the lives of its alumni through the Accolades & Achievements Blog.
Covers law practice management, the Internet and technology. By Jim Calloway.
An inquiry into the economics of law firms. By Bruce MacEwen.
Covers solo practice, marketing and work/life balance. By Susan Cartier Liebel.
Covers legal technology with a focus on using Macs in the law office. By attorney Ben Stevens.
Covers alternative billing, marketing, office space and small office technology.
Covers client service, law office economics, marketing and the practice of law. By LexThink's Matt Homann.
For attorneys seeking career satisfaction, work/life balance and personal growth.
Occasional notes on a glamor profession. By Bill Altreuter.
Covers legal technology, technology law and other musings. By Dennis Kennedy.
Covers military law for trial practitioners and military members. By The Law Office of Philip D. Cave.
The evidence blog of Professor Peter Tillers of the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law at Yeshiva University.
Law practice and law school tips and information. From Andrew Flusche.
Covers buying and selling a practice, law firm management and legal marketing. By Ed Poll.
Law practice information and interviews with experts. By Ed Poll.
Covers client relations, ethics, malpractice, legal research, marketing and solo practice trends. By Carolyn Elefant.
A collection of resources for lawyers, who write. By Raymond Ward.
Covers the application of technology to law practice and law business. By Prism Legal Consulting.
Discusses legal news, law office technology, culture and legal research.
Discusses the Trials & Tribulations of Law Practice. By Adrian Baron.
Discusses of compliance, conflicts, intake and other risk issues for law firm risk professionals.
Covers client service, creativity, leadership, marketing, operations and research. By Mark Beese.
Covers associate development, coaching, culture, management, mentoring and succession. By Ronda Muir.
Fictional account of a junior barrister practising at the English Bar.
Covers knowledge management, technology and the practice of law. By Doug Cornelius.
Covers legal research and tech issues. By Sabrina Pacifici.
By Yolanda Young.
Provides resources, tips, and substantive advice to attorneys, focused on those licensed in Massachusetts, to help establish and institutionalize professional office practices. By Director Rodney Dowell, and LPA Jared Correia, Esq.
Provides ideas and information for senior law firm management. By Gerry Riskin.
Focuses on career and marketing issues facing associates or partners. By Stephen Seckler.