Here’s a blog that comes at the practice of law from a non-traditional standpoint – LeanLaw aims at “inspiring continuous improvement for legal professionals, knowledge workers, and others,” by “exploring Lean and Six Sigma, GTD, technology, health, life hacks, and other ways to improve organizational efficiency and personal productivity.” It’s published by D. Mark Jackson, a California lawyer representing clients in a number of litigation areas. You’ll find posts here on a lot of different topics – failure and design, things to check before giving a presentation, focusing on the customer, and creativity, to name a few. The only problem – he hasn’t posted in nearly 2 months – and before that, his posts were few and far between. This is a great niche blog – c’mon, Mark, let’s see some more posts!