Through efficiency brought by technology and a law school’s commitment to introduce its students to more effective business models and technology to improve legal services, LexBlog is moving forward with a Law School Blog Network offering law students, professors, and administrators its blogging platform and services at no cost.

Students and Professors will be placed on a version of our standard Blog Plan. The design will be reflective of the school’s colors and logo and will allow up to three contributors per blog. The more personal the blog, the better.

We have streamlined the launch process, making it easy for you to get started. In just a few weeks, your law school blog will be live and published.

To get started. Please fill out the Law School Blog Questionnaire and make sure to keep in mind the “Ten keys for a successful law student blog.


How much will it cost me?
Blogs are free for law students and professors.

How do I sign up?
Just go to our sign up form, fill it out and click, “Submit”

Do I own the content on the blog?
Yes, all of the content on the blog is owned by the author.

How do I get a domain?
LexBlog will provide you with a non-premium domain (.com/.net) of your choosing.  Just check its availability and when you have the domain you like, enter it on our sign-up form.  Not sure what domain you want?  Contact us for advice.

Can I get my domain transferred in the future?
Yes. Our team can help you transfer your domain over to a new website provider.

What if I already own my domain?
No problem. We can help with transferring it to the LexBlog platform.

Can I have contributors other than myself?
Yes, each law school blog includes up to three contributors.

Will there be ads on the site?
No. LexBlog does not place ads on any of their blogs.

Can I change the design of the blog?
No. The design is subject to each school’s main colors.

What do you need from me to get started?
We ask the client provide a domain (we can purchase), a title & subtitle, a photo of themselves for the sidebar, a Google associated email address for analytics, and a Disqus username for comment moderation. Once the information is received, LexBlog creates a pre-live site where the client can create posts (1 minimum prior to launch) and customize their about page as well as a few other optional details before launching the blog.