Featuring, my Blogs I Love (BIL) page!
Here, I’ll feature my fellow law school bloggers and other content creators (those creations may not be related to law school or law students), who, in my opinion, are worth checking out. I got this wonderful idea from Jirah, content creator at Writings by JM. This brilliant lass showed me that content creators can get themselves exposure through camaraderie and/or collaboration.
If you want to be part of this curation, feel free to send me a voicemail (found on the right side of this website) or send me a message via my Contacts page so I can check out and feature your blog button here.
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Blogs Totetally Legal loves
Writings by JM
I love reading this blog because of its diverse topics about life, faith, and creativity. Plus, its creator, Jirah, is just so nice and accommodating.
She may be young but you can learn a lot from her content, most especially if you are a college student.
Check her blog by clicking on the photo below:
If you are a law student or anyone hailing from India, Legal Snippets should be one of your go-to Youtube channels.
Legal Snippets provides you with brief yet informative Indian Law-related videos that are easy to understand or digest. It also gives everyone productivity- and law school- related insights that law students and lay persons alike will surely enjoy.
Check out Legal Snippet’s Youtube Channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCavl9anMr1P8_JAiFR1h6zQ
Click on the photo above to see their Instagram page.
Of Coffees and Studies
How I wish I had known Of Coffees and Studies when I was still a freshman in law school. If so, I would have been more inspired to study and become productive because of this Instagram/studygram page.
Apart from their aesthetically pleasing Instagram photos, what makes Of Coffees and Studies worthy of your follow is having a glimpse of the realities of law students, who battle their way through reaching their lawyer dream.
If you’re a Philippine-based law student, who wants to see the real “law school life”, check out Of Coffees and Studies’s Instagram page by clicking the photo below:
Amicus Curae Ph
Initially, I followed Amicus Curae Ph on Instagram because of her gorgeous handwritten and digital notes. However, as I go through all her content, there’s more to this studygram than meets the eye.
Be inspired and get useful and #realtalk law school tips from Amicus Curae Ph by following them via Instagram. Just click this photo to check out their page:
Atty in Pink
If you’re into anything cute and organized, Atty. in Pink’s Instagram page should be your go-to site. She shares her journey as a recent JD graduate through her aesthetically pleasing and pink studygram! <3
Learn a thing or two about law school productivity by visiting her page. Just click this photo:
Sara, the brain behind the Sunflower Seeds blog, might be young, but she sure has depth and passion for humanity at a young age. It is not everyday that I get to encounter young content creators, like her who use their platforms to help others. Fortunately, I found her blog, which is full of positivity and generosity.
Check out her posts by clicking on this blog button:
I couldn’t be happier that I stumbled upon Youya Girl — a website with wonderful content and with minimalist yet gorgeous website interface. If you’re into the lifestyle niche, you have to check out this blog.
DW, the content creator behind Youya Girl, blogs about things everyone can relate with. I also love the fact that she loves bullet journalling, just like me.
“Youya” in Mandarin means elegant or graceful — something which is befitting to the Youya Girl website. Check it out by clicking this photo:
Snippets of Philippine Jurisprudence, tips for law students, motivational quotes — name it, LEXplore PH has it!
This is one of my favorite law student-oriented Facebook pages in the Philippines because I learn a lot whenever I log on their page.
Get more law school and legal content by following LEXplore on Instagram. You can also like their Facebook page by clicking their logo below:
If you are into lifestyle blogs, you will surely love visiting Starling’s website. This Christian teen, hailing from Southeast Asia, writes about her experiences that many teenagers and adults alike would surely relate with.
Click her blog button below to check out her space in the cyberworld: