10 Great Law Blogs You Should Be Reading

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While The Appellate Insider Blog is a great resource for legal marketing, appellate procedure and news updates, it is not the only law blog out there. Below is a list of 10 other law blogs to which every attorney should subscribe that offer everything from SCOTUS info to legal marketing advice. Let us know about the other law blogs that you love.

 

Above the Law–Above the Law takes a behind-the-scenes look at the world of law. The site provides news and insights about the profession’s most colorful personalities and powerful institutions, as well as original commentary on breaking legal developments.

How Appealing–An affiliate of the Law.com network, How Appealing is the web’s first blog devoted to appellate litigation.

iPhone J.D.–iPhone J.D. is the oldest and largest website for lawyers using iPhones and iPads. This informative blog supplies all sorts of tech-based advice from which external batteries are efficient to which apps are best for attorneys.

The Law Blog by Wall Street Journal–The Law Blog is a wonderfully comprehensive site that covers the legal arena’s hot cases, emerging trends and big personalities.

Lawyerist–Lawyerist’s ultimate goal is to help lawyers build better law practices. To that end, their articles, books, and discussion forum are great law practice resources, covering subjects like law firm marketing, practice management, technology, career development, legal ethics, how to start a law practice, and more.

Lowering the Bar–One of the funniest law blogs around, Lowering the Bar aspires to bring legal news to the masses with a large helping of humor.

My Shingle–My Shingle is the most comprehensive online resource for solo and small firm lawyers with thousands of blog posts and an impressive stock of free e-books, checklists and forms on starting and running a law firm.

Real Lawyers Have Blogs—Real Lawyers Have Blogs helps attorneys understand how to build relationships and generate a strong word of mouth through blogging and the effective use of social networking and social media.

SCOTUS Blog—SCOTUS Blog is devoted to covering the U.S. Supreme Court without bias and according to the highest journalistic and legal ethical standards.  This blog is provided as a public service and is sponsored by Bloomberg Law.

The Volokh Conspiracy—The Volokh Conspiracy is a group blog written by an amalgam of law professors regarding law and public policy.

 

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