August 2009 Legal Humor Top Blawgs

  1. A legal tabloid that provides news and gossip about the profession's colorful personalities and powerful institutions, as well as original commentary on breaking legal developments.
  2. Features humorous legal news.
  3. Occasionally irreverent thoughts on the law. By Professor Marc J. Randazza.
  4. A patent law blog providing thought-provoking commentary . . . with a dash of irreverent humor. By Jake Ward.
  5. Features a daily dose of odd cases and strange laws. By Mesirow & Associates.
  6. Devoted to the civil litigators of South Florida, their goings and doings, their peculiarities and personalities, all done with humor, love, jealousy, snark and just a little bit of class.
  7. Real life Texas Courtroom Humor. From U.S. Federal District Judge Jerry Buchmeyer (Northern District of Texas).
  8. Chronicles legal humor. By Nicole Black.
  9. In the style of Overheard in New York, solicits and publishes humorous eavesdropped quotes from law school.
  10. Daily Legal Cartoons. By David Mills.
  11. An irreverant look at legal matters. By Justice William W. Bedsworth.
  12. Covers Atlanta legal news. By Larsen + Teusink.
  13. Shares advice for business owners & executives. By Cleve Clinton and Jamie Ribman.
  14. Law and other nonsense from a Nashville music lawyer.
  15. 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.
  16. 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.
  17. Features legal news and opinion on broad range of justice and law topics.
  18. Provides a down-and-dirty, entertaining inside look at BigLaw and beyond.
  19. A lawyer turned stay at home mom chronicles life after law firms.
  20. Covers the dilemmas facing the lawyer mom and the struggle to achieve the ever elusive state of being called work-life balance.