Monday, February 13, 2017

Other Law School Bloggers


So I realized I've talked about how incredible the law school blogging community is, but I've never really given a shoutout to some of the other incredible blogs that I follow - and ones you should follow too! Check these awesome folks out:


Nikki is an incredible blogger and Brazen and Brunette is the law school blog that inspired me to write about my own law school adventure. Not only is Nikki a fountain of knowledge about all things law school (and life), she is an amazing woman and her sassy blog has been such a wonderful guide to my law school experience.

Written by Brandy Brown, you'll find The Legal Duchess to be such a fun website and you will love reading about Brandy's life. Somehow, along with all of the craziness that is law school, Brandy also is a newlywed and has got this whole 'adulting' thing down. Check out her site for more tips on how to manage law school, and check out her posts about fashion, lifestyle, and health as well.

Heather is a 1L just like I am, navigating her way through law school as best as anyone can. As I was preparing to go to law school this summer, I followed along with her posts to help myself prepare and now we are both taking on this wonderful law school adventure at the same time. Go over to Justifiably Blonde for another perspective on what it's like to be a new law student.

I just found Libby's blog not too long ago, and let me tell you - I am obsessed. She has some awesome detailed posts about law school orientation, different types of law, and both the social and academic sides of law school. Make sure to go over to blondgalese for some great tips on figuring out this whole "law school" thing.


These are just a few of my favorite blogs. What are some of you favorite blogs that I'm missing? Or are you a law school blogger and want to be included in this list? Just leave a comment or drop me an email at caffeineandcasebriefs@gmail.com, and I'll make sure to add it to the list. Happy blogging, everyone!

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