Meet The Mamas

About the Blog

MamaLaw, launched in 2006, is group blog about “three moms and wives who just happen to be lawyers too.” There is no shortage of funny stories, touching moments, or reasons to rant. Occasionally, we provide a kernel of parenting wisdom. We have had a lot of fun with MamaLaw and over the years, we’ve received awards and have been repeatedly featured as a top parenting blog. We have been recognized by Southern Living Magazine as their Blog of the Week as well as in their June 2010 magazine issue. We also have been recognized as a top lifestyle blog all over the web, including by the Miami Herald’s “The Work/Life Balancing Act” blog and many other respected sites.

In an exciting turn of events, the Mamas were chosen to be 2009 national spokesbloggers for the American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women Better U campaign and star in their own talk show called “The Verdict” on MomTV.  In October 2010, they filmed a cable TV talk show pilot called “Mamalaw: The Show.”  Finally, in their most successful venture yet, the Mamas founded the Blogalicious Weekend conferences, devoted to celebrating diversity in the blogosphere.

Need the perspective of working moms, wives, lawyers, social media personalities, or women of color? The Mamas are available for press interviews, product reviews, speaking engagements and PR outreach opportunities.

About the Mamas

Justice Fergie is a full-time working mother of three spunky children, ages 6, 4, and 2. She dreamed up the idea for Mamalaw after she was inspired by another group mommy blog back in 2006.  She summoned up the courage to hit the “publish” button on her very first blog post, and has been seriously smitten with everything social media ever since.  A self-professed overachiever, Justice Fergie is constantly on the go, whether it be in her role as a practicing technology attorney, as a wife to her loving hubby of 7 years, as a co-Coordinator of the Blogalicious Weekend conferences, or as supermom.  Two of her most favorite things to do (when painfully separated from her laptop) are to hit the beach and to try out new recipes, both no doubt a result of her Caribbean background.  For more on Justice Fergie see her profile.

She also blogs at:


You can reach Justice Fergie at: justicefergie(AT)gmail(DOT)com or @JusticeFergie on Twitter.


Justice Jonesie blogs for MamaLaw and her personal blog, Balancing a cup of coffee, her three children and their active calendars is much easier than helping her daughter pick out something to wear. There is never a dull moment to share as this Mama wears many shoes- she is an attorney, professor, wife, and co-founder of Blogalicious Weekend. Jonesie enjoys traveling, dining out, and cooking meals from her Mexican and Haitian origins. When she is not working or chasing after her children, you may find Jonesie at the gym, running, or with her hubby  at the local hot spot enjoying her favorite cocktail of the month.  For more on Justice Jonesie visit her new blog at and follow her on Twitter at @JusticeJonesie.

Jonesie also blogs at:



You can reach Justice Jonesie at: marketing(AT)justicejonesie(DOT)com or @JusticeJonesie on Twitter.

Justice Ny is a thirty-something year old attorney/mother/wife/personal assistant/household manager/balancer, born in Trinidad, West Indies. She has been married for 5 1/5 years and has a precocious four-year old daughter. She is relatively new to social media and is learning how to balance work, family, friends and the blogosphere. For more on Justice Ny see her profile.You can reach Justice Ny at @JusticeNy on Twitter.

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29 Responses to “Meet The Mamas”

  1. I’m doing just what the Southern Living article suggested and writing my own blog. Actually, I have two of them. One is geared toward pre-teens and teens, the other is toward adults. The teen’s is more for life lessons and questions and answers. The adult’s is about everything from parenting to co-dependent southern women. I’d love your impressions if you every have any “free” time.


  2. Just wanted to say hello. I found your blog after seeing your article in Southern Living.

    I’m 30-something too, married, 3 kids. I’ve worked in the legal field for 10 years, but I am FINALLY in a place where I can start law school. Beginning in August, I’ll be attempting to balance family, work, and law school, so I may look to you for a hint of serenity.

    I’ll be following you all!

  3. Hi MamaLaw! I am ‘MamaProfessor’. I am new to an wonderful company called Stella and Dot? Have you heard of it? I had a couple of questions I wanted to ask. Could you email me at Thanks!

  4. I’m a new follower. I see you’re moving to wordpress now, so I’ll see what that site looks like now!

  5. I just found you. I can’t wait to learn all about you and your mission. Being a paralegal and mother of 4, I believe I’m off to a good start in being able to relate to all 3 of you!

  6. I am a bloggers for leisure and i am pretty much love with blogspot before but then move on to wordpress and recently i think i have updated myself to the one more advance step. I could create my own site pretty well with wordpress platform such as this site

    Yah, i hope this would nice if you could critic and give some advice regard to it

  7. Hey Mamas! Great to see you getting the recognition you deserve!

  8. Very nice blog Mamas, I love reading your stories and as a parent I identify with a lot of what you write./ Keep up the great work!

    Jane Allen,
    Elliptical vs Treadmill

  9. I stumbled across your blog today and have to say it is very refreshing to find three lawyers who are also regular folks – wives and mothers. Keep writing girls!

    Janice – Buying Blood Pressure Monitors

  10. This is too funny. I stumbled here on accident but since I work for a Chicago personal injury lawyer and mom of two girls I can totally relate. I’ve bookmarked your site! Thanks for the laughs!


  11. Hoping for more post like this. I’m a new follower/reader of this very cheeky and fabulous blog.

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  12. This seems like a very interesting Blog, three ladies who are also lawyers would give a very intellectual perspective on things. Looking forward to reading the various post!

  13. my name is yvonne and i like to say that read about your blog in southern living and i wanted to say that i juggle my job and family i do 4 kids and take care of my husband whose had a stroke and try to work.

  14. Great blog concept. Thanks for joining the Commentluv movement. I started the same thing on my blog this year.

  15. Wonderful blog! Do you have any hints for aspiring writers? I’m hoping to start my own site soon but I’m a little lost on everything. Would you recommend starting with a free platform like WordPress or go for a paid option? There are so many options out there that I’m totally overwhelmed .. Any recommendations? Thank you!

  16. I like to say that read about your blog in southern living and i wanted to say that i juggle my job and family. I’d love your impressions if you every have any free time.

  17. Wonderful blog, I just wanted to say I really enjoy reading your stories. I just bookmarked your site, which is something I don’t do very often. Go Mamas!

  18. The mamas are involved with some really good causes. That immediately stood out to me.

  19. Good work Mamas. It’s a difficult job joggling careers and children!

  20. Hi, I love this site and it’s nice to see accomplished women telling about themselves. Way to go mamas. I’ll take a gander to some of the other sites.

  21. As a Chicago accident attorney, your blog is truly refreshing! I’m so sick of all the lawyer blogs about the same thing. Thanks for making something really unique and interesting.

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