Clear Admit


Boasting “news, advice, and resources for law school applicants,” Clear Admit contains a myriad of information for those interested in applying to law school. With posts such as “Staying Sane During the Law School Application Season,” and many suggestions on how to study for the often-dreaded LSAT, the blog is an invaluable resource for those considering law.

Columbia MBA Admissions Interview Questions: Early Decision / Alumnus / Off-campus
by arisalomon almost 4 years ago
IU’s Kelley School of Business Partners with NFL for Online MBA Programs
by clearadmitblog almost 4 years ago

Most Strongly Supported


A blog dedicated to everything LSAT. Every law school wannabe must take the Law School Admissions Test, but Most Strongly Supported is here to help take the edge off of studying. Full of helpful study tips, LSAT news, and general application advice to help you along in the admissions process.

How to Use Your Debater Skills to Beat the LSAT
by Devin Race over 2 years ago
Are You Scoring in the 170s? Here Are Tips to Score Higher.
by Aaron Cohn over 2 years ago

Legal History Blog


Legal History Blog is composed by a group of bloggers and focuses on legal history with a modern twist. A great resource for those interested in the history of law in America.

Lubin on Writing and Customary Law in Premodern India and Java
by Dan Ernst over 2 years ago
Tsesis on the Declaration as Introduction to the Constitution
by Dan Ernst over 2 years ago

Legally Fabulous


Follow the musings of a recent law grad as she takes the bar and searches for a job. Legally Fabulous is full of legal humor and previews into the blogger’s life that give the posts a down-to-earth feel.

Model Baju Hamil Muslim Terbaru 2015
by Deka Levta about 3 years ago
Ragam Contoh Model Baju Muslim untuk Pesta 2015
by Deka Levta about 3 years ago

Temporary Attorney


There has to be a cynical side to everything right? Find your healthy dose of legal cynicism here, as the Temporary Attorney bloggers take on everything from attorney’s pension plans to law school tuition rates and student loans.

But I Did Everything Right!


If you need a break from the seriousness of most law-related blogs, check out “But I Did Everything Right!”. The blog contains posts across a broad spectrum of law-related topics, and nearly always with a humorous twist.

Laura Bergus


Blogger and lawyer Laura Bergus offers her take on current legal issues, with an eye to web and media, and the accessibility of legal information. Very insightful reads for those interested in intersections of technology and the law.



One of the most renowned legal blogs around, Balkinization is a well written legal blog that features posts authored by a number of different law professors and other law affiliates. While intelligent and thorough, the posts also contain a humorous side.

The Scalia Vacancy and Informal Constitutional Change
by Stephen Griffin over 2 years ago
Does the Biden speech undermine the case for Supreme Court confirmation hearings?
by Guest Blogger over 2 years ago

JD Journal


The JD Journal seeks to “address issues, concerns, and new products that are directly related to enhancing the professional lives and job-seeking efforts of attorneys, law students, and other legal staff,” and they do it very well! JD Journal is an excellent resource for those in law school, or even just people interested in legal news.

$120 Million Jury Verdict Against Samsung Overturned
by Amanda Griffin over 2 years ago
One Direction Member Seeking Custody Rights Over Newborn Son
by Amanda Griffin over 2 years ago

Law School Transparency


Law School Transparency Blog states that their goal is to “inform prospective law students about the value of a law degree by providing open access to ABA-approved law school employment information.” This is an excellent resource for pre-law and law students who will eventually be seeking a legal job after graduation.

(203) Admissions Blog


This law school admissions blog is put together by Yale Law School but contains highly relevant information for all potential applicants. From scholarship advice to how to advice on great books to read over the summer, the (203) Admissions Blog has it all.

203 Redux
by asha over 3 years ago

Law is Cool


A blog and podcast with a Candian twist—Law is Cool is student-run and made up of law students from all across Canada. They answers questions such as “should you apply to law school?” and “how can I land a job after law school?” A must-read for current law students!

Can we balance work and our personal life?
by Paralegal Student almost 4 years ago
The Struggle to Juggle.
by Paralegal Student almost 4 years ago

Cocky Law Blawg


The Coleman Karesh Law reference librarians run the Cocky Law Blog. The goal of the site is to keep law students “informed on legal, library, and other newsworthy information”. Though the blog is directed at Coleman Karesh students, the information is valuable to all.

Legal Research Tip: Lexis Advance Adds Popular Names Tables
by April Hathcock about 4 years ago
Legal News of the Day: Supreme Court Tackles Unusual Precedent Question
by April Hathcock over 4 years ago

Law School Podcaster


A blog made up of podcasts for the verbally-inclined learners out there. The “online source for everything law school,” Law School Podcast boasts a wealth of information about the application process, how to succeed in law school, and beyond. A must-read for potential law school applicants.

Introducing a First-of-Its-Kind Law School Application Workshop
by Law School Podcaster over 4 years ago
From Inside the Admissions Office
by Law School Podcaster over 4 years ago

Law Riot


Law Riot is a well-designed blog that features a wide variety of legal content, nearly always with a humorous twist as evidenced by the heavily populated “humor” tab located at the top of the site. Whether you’re a curious pre-law student, a current student looking for a little comic relief or a nostalgic graduate there’s something for you.

Legally Drawn


It turns out cartoons aren’t just for kids, lawyer Vasanth Sarathy posts his bi-weekly legally inspired cartoons on the Legally Drawn blog. Directed at law students and lawyers, the cartoons are creative interpretations of the often-humorous nuances of practicing law.

The Harvard Law Record


The Harvard Law Record is a long running independent newspaper of Harvard Law School. With content ranging from how to add a little laughter to law school to the constitutionality of newly adopted airport screening procedures the HLR covers it all.

End the Prison-Industrial Complex
by Michael Shammas about 4 years ago
Public Interest Auction Raises Money for SPIF
by Lisa Marrone about 4 years ago



The self-proclaimed “People’s Law Guide” hence, PLAWG. The blog aims to facilitate the “sharing of legal news and ideas” in terms the general public can understand. This mission makes PLAWG an excellent resource for pre-law students and anyone else interested in the laws that govern their lives.

Young Lawyers Blog


A blog featuring first person experiences from recently graduated law students. Learn about young lawyer pitfalls, and feel the nervousness right along with the bloggers as they try their first cases and cross-examine their first witnesses.

Ms. JD


A rare legal blog written especially for female lawyers. Ms. JD contains unique information you will not find anywhere else, such as stress advice for women lawyers and many other women-specific legal musings.

Letter from Ms. JD President Regarding our Rebrand!
by KMLW over 4 years ago
Get in the Game
by Nancy J. Newman over 4 years ago

Legal Blog Watch


Head here for an amalgamation of the Web's best written blogs for you to peruse. Reading these posts is the best way to educate yourself with a well-rounded feel.

Non Traditional Law Student


A self-proclaimed non-traditional law student blogs his way through law school. A married man with children attending law school part-time while maintaining a full-time job, the blogger shares his experiences of a less-than-traditional law school experience.