Blogging may be mainstream in some professions by now, but there’s one group of people mostly absent from the blogosphere: the in-house bar. Even so, a few in-house blogs do exist, and their numbers are growing steadily. They range from company-sanctioned sites on company-run platforms to anonymous blogs hosted by services like TypePad or BlogSpot.

The in-house lawyers who yak away in cyberspace have a variety of motives, from sharing resources with other corporate counsel to dipping their toes into the experience of writing and publishing.

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