Sunday, June 15, 2003
Blawgs, blawgs, everywhere! Please welcome these new additions to the B&B blawgroll:
- BizLawTech, the blawg for the Institute of Business, Law and Technology (IBLT) at the Touro Law Center. BizLawTech is maintained by the Institute's director, Professor Jonathan I. Ezor. (RSS feed.) [via Tom Mighell]
- D. Gordon Smith is a professor at the University of Wisconsin Law School. [via Jack Bogdanski]
Political (New Category)
Careful what you wish for. (I asked for blogging politicians; I got 'em!)
- Howard Dean, as you no doubt already know, is Governor of Vermont and running for President. [via Rick Klau]
- Tara Sue Grubb ran for Congress last year, and is "planning a caucus for the Internet Bill of Rights." She's also CEO of Policlicks. [via Dave Winer]
- Tom Watson is a Member of the UK Parliament. [via Dave Winer]
- Stan Abrams is with the Chinese firm of Lehman Lee & Xu. His posts about Chinese law and culture are truly fascinating. [via Blawg.org]
- In case Stan's blog merely whets your appetite for things Asian (and it should), head next to the American Lawyer in a Japanese Law Office: "Life is better with an accent." [via the Blawg Ring]
- Business Lawyer is informative, witty and sharp: "This is a weblog by an attorney who doesn't go to court. So if you are looking for juicy tales of courtroom theatrics, you won't find any here. Try cable." Yes, I can see I'll be checking back here often.
- Michael Heng is a lawyer in Germany. [via the Blawg Ring]
- KC Lawyer is the blog of the firm Herron & Lewis. [via the Blawg Ring]
- A.J. Levy writes Out-Of-The-Box Lawyering, and is a lawyer, author and creative thinker. [via Ernie Svenson]
- There's a blawger in the house: Mike O'Sullivan writes the Corp Law Blog, and practices corporate securities and M&A law with Munger, Tolles & Olson in Los Angeles—which means we're in the same office building. Mike! We should have lunch. [via Tom Mighell]
- Patent Pending is the new blog of an old favorite: the once and future Incompetent Attorney.
- Lyle Roberts writes the 10B-5 Daily when he's not too busy being a securities litigation partner in Wilson Sonsini's Reston, VA office. [via Howard Bashman]
Learning The Craft
- Biting Tongue offers this observation about law firm summer associate programs: "[T]he more they wine and dine you, the more likely they are to work you to death if you sign on after your JD." [via the Blawg Ring]
- Chae Chae once upon a time had the pleasure of knowing an unusually durable hamster. [via the Blawg Ring]
- Cicero's Ghost is alive (dead?) and well, and has discovered the profession's dark secret: "The Bluebook is the Devil's work." [via the Blawg Ring]
- Donald writes of civil rights law at All Deliberate Speed, and might appreciate a nice pair of boxers.
- Heidi is in her first year at Tulane. [via Ernie Svenson]
- jd2bindc just took the LSAT again and realizes full well this was not entirely sane. [via Blawg.org]
- Tom of Damocles' Sword is mixing law school with border patrol training—specifically, "a .40 mm Beretta Brigadier 96D." Yipes! [via the Blawg Ring]
- My Waste Of Time follows a law student who currently is summer clerking in Manhattan. [via the Blawg Ring]
Giving It A Rest
- David Giacalone is a retired attorney and mediator, and a prolific writer on client-centered legal ethics. There's a wealth of good stuff on his site. [via Ernie Svenson]
Blawgers At Large
- Sascha Kremer writes Vertretbar.de. [via the Blawg Ring]
- Andrew Owens writes Owens Rhetoric and is enthusiastic about art and policy. [via the Blawg Ring]
- WeirdOfTheNews has a new home and name, The Legal Reader.
- Larry Bodine now posts insights and resources to the LawMarketing Blog, in addition to heading up the LawMarketing Portal and related endeavors. [via Ernie Svenson]
Managing The Chaos
- Al-Muhajabah writes The Niqabi Paralegal, on legal issues facing Muslims in the U.S. and other things. [via Blawg.org]
- The Censorware Project is down as I post this, but it was alive and well yesterday and presumably will be again. It's a collaborative effort examining a host of Web filtering and privacy issues. [via Jerry Lawson]
- The Commons Blog, as part of Information Commons, is a project of the American Library Association's Office for Information Technology Policy. This is via Donna Wentworth, who has more on why this site is emminently blogrollable.
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