February 2011 Legal Careers Top Blawgs

  1. A self-deprecating look at life in and after BigLaw
  2. Covers how associates should approach the practice of law. By Keith Lee.
  3. Covers law schools, careers in law and alternative career options for lawyers. By Professor Gregory W. Bowman.
  4. By Susan Gainen and Assistant Dean Mina Jones Jefferson.
  5. Covers jurisprudence, legal realism, and legal theory. By Professor Brian R. Leiter and Prof. Daniel Filler
  6. For attorneys seeking career satisfaction, work/life balance and personal growth.
  7. Covers career planning and advice for lawyers. Published By Ronald W. Fox.
  8. 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.
  9. Focuses on career and marketing issues facing associates or partners. By Stephen Seckler.
  10. Discusses starting a law practice, marketing tips, and motivational writing to help attorneys going out on their own. By Frank A. Cseke.
  11. Edited by William D. Henderson, Jeffrey M. Lipshaw, Michele DeStefano, Andrew Morris and Jerry Organ.
  12. A community of lawyers discussing personal finance, financial independence and investments.
  13. Provides advice for blocked, bored or burned out JDs. By Annie Little.
  14. Covers job search advice for lawyers.
  15. Covers developments in law firm and law department leadership and management.
  16. From the California Western School of Law.
  17. 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.
  18. Covers IP and tech career news.
  19. Provides insight and advice to attorneys and law students about careers in the legal field.
  20. A blawg by Albany Law School Professor Mary Lynch designed to be a useful web-based source of information on current reforms in legal education, and to create a place where people interested in the future of legal education can freely exchange ideas, concerns, and opinions.