Local Law Blogs


Whether they are used for marketing, commentary, or just an outlet for their thoughts, many attorneys are blogging.  Some of the posts give amazing snapshots into the daily life as a legal practitioner, like this one on filing an appellate brief by Attorney Josh Michtom on Ryan McKeen’s excellent Connecticut Law Blog.  Ryan writes a lot of informative posts on starting and running a solo practice.

Closer to the Law School campus, Attorney Sarah Poriss ’02 writes on her consumer law practice.

Another Hartford-based Attorney, Daniel Schwartz of Shipman & Goodwin LLP blogs at the Connecticut Employment Law Blog.

Finally, Meghan Freed, Chair of the Connecticut Bar Association LGBT section, authors a blog “Connecticut LGBT Law Project.”

This is really just a taste of some of the local legal blogs (blawgs).  They are a great place to get a sense of different practice areas, or to better understand the day-to-day life of a lawyer, or to help prepare for an interview.  

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Joshua LaPorte
Circulation Desk Supervisor / Library Assistant,UConn Law

Working in the access services area, Josh supervises the student employees who staff the front desk, manages course reserves, and oversees collection and stacks maintenance needs.  Prior to the law school Josh worked as a community organizer in Hartford.  Josh holds an ABA Approved Paralegal Certificate from the University of Hartford and a B.A. from Trinity College. Josh is the Vice Chair of the Paralegals Section of the Connecticut Bar Association.