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Tuesday, July 09, 2002

Turn Yourselves In, Or You Will Be Apprehended...

Sometimes, justifiably in awe of the perilous tactics of the Blawg Patrol field unit, blawgers just remand themselves to my custody, and turn in their cohorts to boot. Such was the case with Jason Rylander, who practices appellate and land use law in Washington, D.C.:
In my 30 years, I've been an election lawyer, an environmental journalist, a freelance writer, an expert chess player, and a classical tenor. I live in the Washington, D.C. area, but I'm a native New Yorker who can't understand why there's no good Chinese food and pizza by the slice around here. I'm also an opera freak, audiophile, and chowhound who likes Bach, Puccini, Sapphire martinis, fine food, and sleeping late.
Jason also ratted out the indefatigable Pejman Yousefzadeh. I had come across Pejman's site awhile ago and didn't register he was a lawyer. Some force must have been trying to clue me in, as the phrase "PejmanPundit" has since gone through my head several times during yoga class like a mantra. Meanwhile, the field unit remains fully deployed and operational. Agent Will Cox reports, "blawgspotting: almost as fun as trainspotting, but without the toilet-diving," and has nabbed our first Canadian blawg: Michael Girard's e-Lawg. Michael is a bona fide Barrister and Solicitor in Toronto, who reckons e-Lawg will reflect his interests in professional liability (legal and accounting), technology, privacy, Conflict of Laws, insurance, litigation, management and KM.

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