September 30, 2015

My Favorite Law School Blogs and Law School Bloggers

Over 40 law school blogs to read right now to help you concur the LSAT, tackle your law school applications, and be prepared as a 1L. law school blogs. law student blogs. prelaw blogs. | brazenandbrunette.com

In my search for other law school blogs, most seemed to be either written by schools or people who had turned their blogs into professional ones but hadn't been in law school for a while. However, I did find some that were worth my time to read through and see some different perspectives on law school. I thought I'd share these because I always want like 8 different opinions on something before I make up my mind about it. 

If you're getting ready to go to law school or are already here, I encourage you to start your own law school blog! It's super easy, not very time consuming, and a good way to reflect and immortalize your experience here. I really believe in passing down these experiences to new generations of law students so they can see how vastly different it is from TVs and movies and how much easier it is than the rumors.


Related: Law School Vlog Roundup


*update 8/18
blogs listed in gray have been inactive for at least 6 months
but still have good info*

Justifiably Blonde
check out her guest post here 

La Petite Avocate

Lady Lawyer

Lattes and Gavels

Law and Lattes

Law and Lattes
(different blog, same name)

Law Bitches

Law School Brief

LawGirl

Law School and Me
(this blogger is in her 30s for any non-traditional students)

Law School Outlines Blog
check out my guest feature here

Law School Roundup

Law School Ruined Me

Latinas Uprising

LawToya Talks

Lawyerella

Legally Asian

Legally Blonde & Broke
check out her guest post here

Legally Brunette

Legally Bound

Legally Challenged

Legally Complicated

Legally Foreign

Legally Katie

Legally Lani

Legally Southern

Legally Speaking

Legally Texan

Life in Law and Coffee

Lily Like

Lipsticks and Lattes

Live, Laugh, Law School

Lively in the Law

Kayla Moran Blog

Journey to J.D.

Juris Blonde

Moore Awaits

Pearl Esq.

Petite Thoughts
check out her guest post here

Politics and Pearls

Road to JD

Some Reasonable Doubt

Taking On Law School

TBI Labyrinth

Tea Studies Law

Telling Twenty

The 1L/2L/3L Life

What I Wish I Would Have Known

Whitley's Law And Order


If you have a blog, comment below or email me (brazenandbrunette@gmail.com) with a link and I promise I'll check it out! Also, feel free to comment or email with any suggestions to any law school blogs that you've found to be helpful :) I've also created a Pinterest board for law school blogging so make sure you email me so you can be added to that! 




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    1. Hey Cindy I updated my post to feature Legally Foreign!

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  2. I am starting law school in January and have been blogging about the process. It is not very well developed but hopefully it will be better soon. Check it out. http://babyinsuit.blogspot.com/

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    1. That's great! I look forward to keeping up with Baby in a Business Suit and following your journey!

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  3. Thank you for the mention! Can't wait to check out all of these other blogs also!

    - Law School Brief

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    1. Of course! I've loved everything you've had to say on Law School Brief and am constantly pinning your posts to the Law School Blogs Pinterest board so more people can find your great content!

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  4. I found your blog on Pinterest, so I came to give it a look. I’m enjoying the information. I’m bookmarking and will be share this to my Friends! Wonderful blog and amazing design and style.

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    1. Thank you so much for sharing my blog Lisa!!

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  5. Thanks for the mention Nikki! Love reading your posts.

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  7. This was the most law school blog info that I could find when I wrote the blog. Thanks

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  8. Check out: thehealthylawstudentguide.wordpress.com!

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    1. Hey Andrea thanks for sending me your blog! I included you in this post and if you'll send me the email associated with your Pinterest account, I'll add you to the Law School Blogs group board so you can share your new posts there too :)

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  9. Hey Nikki! Thanks so much I actually just updated my blog and bought my own host. The site is now: thehealthylawstudent.com
    My email is rastelliandrea8@gmail.com!

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    1. I added you to the Pinterest group board as well!

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  10. I found your blog on Pinterest, so I came to give it a look. I’m enjoying the information. I’m bookmarking and will be share this to my Friends! Wonderful blog and amazing design and style.

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  11. Hey Nikki! I really enjoy your blog! I just recently started my own (so there isn't much content yet) but I would love for you to check it out. http://www.whatmooreawaits.com/
    I really appreciate it!

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  12. Hi Everyone! I wanted to share a really helpful blog when it comes to anything law school. It was written by a current law student giving tips and advice about staying physically, mentally, and financially healthy in law school and throughout life.

    www.legallyblondeandbroke.com

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    1. Hi thanks for letting me know about your blog! Love all your money-saving tips! I've added you to the list :)

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  13. Hi guys! I would love for you to check out my new blog as well: nicoleesq.wordpress.com. Great for those just starting the admissions process or about to enter 1L!

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    1. Hi Nicole! It says your website is gone :(

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  14. Omg!!! You added my blog to your page!! I am so blown away!! Thank you!!!!!

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    1. Of course! Love your blog!!

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  15. I would love it if you could check out my blog! https://lllawschool.wordpress.com/

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    1. I've checked it out, love it, and it's added to the list!

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  16. Wow! Thanks so much for the mention. I had this post bookmarked for a while before even starting my blog.

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    1. Legally Asian is a great blog and I'm so glad I came across it!

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  17. Check out my new blog too! It's still a baby blog, but with the start of law school a few weeks away I promise I'll be adding more about my journey!

    Lively in the Law at https://livelyinthelaw.blogspot.com/

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    1. I love Lively in the Law! You're doing great sweetie haha

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  18. WOW thanks for the shoutout xx <3

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