Each week about half a dozen lawyers ask to meet with me for blawging advice. Here is what I tell them.
Whether it is writing a law student blog roundup or contributing your own law school wit and humor, we want to hear from you.
It’s been two years since we checked in with our favorite law student blogs. Here’s what they’ve been up to (or not).
We cornered Ashby Jones to find out all we can about the man, the myth behind the WSJ Law Blog.
We recently caught up with the USSR-born Eugene Volokh to find out his favorite gun and what professors really think of gunners.
In case you blinked, it’s fall already. And the re-migration of scared-to-death 1Ls, worked-to-death 2Ls and bored-to-death 3Ls back to campuses means a steady stream of back-to-school blogging. So, in honor of another year of lawyer factories churning out more lawyers than there are legal jobs, Bitter Lawyer is putting the spotlight on some of our…
Let’s face a fact: Most of the time lawyers are billing they’re not doing legal work at all. They’re playing on the internet, often reading “blawgs” or any of the numerous lawyer chat boards that have sprung up since the glory days of the original “Greedy Associates” site, when Y2K was our biggest national concern.…