Provides advice for blocked, bored or burned out JDs. By Annie Little.
Highlights interesting cases, legal trends and commentary from around New York state, and beyond, for attorneys practicing law in the public sector context. By the NYSBA's Committee on Attorneys in Public Service.
Covers lawyers, legal websites, legal news and legal resources. By Onecle.
Covers the practice of law with advice and insights. By Gregory Adam Napier
Covers legal extranets, client workspace technology, litigation case management and litigation support. By the Xerdict Group.
By Ron Burdge.
Covers the Oregon State Bar and lawyering in Oregon.
Covers practicing law as a business and a profession. By Lex Inova Consulting.
Covers management, governance and ethics for lawyers. By Reid Trautz.
Covers law startups--that is, Law 2.0 type companies that integrate law and technology to change the way law is practiced. By Amy Wan.
Covers the practice of law in Greensboro, North Carolina.
Covers the practice of law in Texas. By Henry Hunter.
Covers lawyer compensation and law firm finance. By Jim Cotterman of Altman Weil, Inc.
Covers legal technology, law firm management, business travel and the New York Yankees. By Monica Bay.
Spanish language blog about technology and its applications on the legal practice in Puerto Rico. By Orlando Ortiz Cintrón.
Covers business development, knowledge management, alternative billing arrangements, technology and marketing. By Debra Baker.
Discusses the use of creative solutions by lawyers. By Adlph J. Levy.
Advice, tips and musings regarding law school and life thereafter from a former trial lawyer (and guest bloggers), now Director of Public Service Programs at the North Carolina Central University School of Law in Durham, NC.
I get paid to dress pretty, go to court and talk to crazy people.
Covers innovations in preparation, practice and the profession. By Joshua Kubicki.
Shares local Houston court news, law updates, and recent criminal cases in the news.
Covers Hawaii civil procedure and trial practice, commercial litigation, hawaii real estate litigation, mediation and arbitration, and personal injury. By Philip Brown.
The purpose of this blog is to unite members of the legal profession, law professors, and students in a light-hearted, amicable discussion of anything from up-and-coming SCOTUS decisions to the issues facing lawyers given the ever-changing legal market.
Covers practicing law as a solo attorney in Minneapolis, Minnesota. By Joe Flanders.
About accident & injury law, diversity, health law, insurance law, law practice management, lawyer lifestyle, small law firms, tax law, women in the law, and legal humor. By Kim R. Brown.
Covers client service, creativity, leadership, marketing, operations and research. By Mark Beese.
The New York State Bar Association's official blog for solo and small firm attorneys.
Focused on practice management and growing your business. By Jan Copley.
Covers appellate advocacy, oral arguments and public speaking. By Faith Pincus.
Covers the intrapersonal and the professional/technical world of being a family mediator. By Lawrence F. King.
Covers the business aspects of running a law office, including financial management, client relations, human resources, legal outsourcing, file management, risk management and time management for lawyers. By William Pfeifer.
Legal technology for the solo attorney. By Clark Stewart.
Covers knowledge management within a law firm. By Tom Baldwin.
Covers cool sites, gadgets, and technology and management tips.
Covers the use of technology and computers in the legal profession. By Finis Price.
For attorneys seeking career satisfaction, work/life balance and personal growth.
By Alexei Ghertescu.
Covers the dilemmas facing the lawyer mom and the struggle to achieve the ever elusive state of being called work-life balance.
Covers the practice of law.
Covers the legal, ethical and law firm management issues related to outsourcing legal services to freelance attorneys and service provider. By Jim Burke.
Covers the life of temporary attorneys.
Covers building the law firm of the future, enabling lawyers to meet in person or in cyberspace, accessing resources and information over the Internet, and leveraging systems and tools. By Roger P. Glovsky.
Features an experienced attorney's adventures as a relatively new sole practitioner, including marketing successes and failures, client handling, website stuff and some frivolities. By Christine C. Karr.
Looks at Macintosh software and hardware in the law office.
For women attorneys seeking success and happiness in the legal profession.