Saturday, July 12, 2003
These lists of new blawgs just don't quit, and the ranks keep getting more and more diverse and exciting. See for yourself by paying a visit to this week's additions to the B&B blawgroll:
- Carol Irvin teaches real estate law at Cuyahoga Community College in Cleveland, Ohio.
- Tom Mayo writes the HealthLawBlog when he is not busy teaching at Dedman School of Law, SMU. [Via Ernie Svenson]
- Hey, great news for us denizens of the Ninth, and all the rest of you as well: Bart is blogging the Ninth Circuit at The Limit of its Logic. Someone had to do it. I'm assuming you're a lawyer, Bart; please correct me if I'm wrong. [Via the SoCalLawyer]
- Chaesq. is a lawyer in New York, a Buffy fan, and the author of the well-named MC Estoppel. [Via Blawg.org]
- Steve Eugster practices in Spokane, WA, and blogs about his work, life, politics and more. [Via Blawg.org]
- Ooh, this is kind of exciting: the 260-lawyer law firm of Holland & Hart is blogging health care law at its Rocky Mountain Health Care Blog. To my knowledge, this makes Holland & Hart the largest law firm to date to have a blog. [Via Blawg.org]
- Perfectly Sassy is a lawyer in the Philippines. [Via Blawg.org]
- David Scott is blogging charter shcool law at the blog of the CharterSchooLaw.com site. [Via the Blawg Ring]
- Doug Simpson writes Unintended Consequences, a "Weblog focused on law, regulation and disruptive technologies." [Via Ernie Svenson] Doug also writes a blog about "the geography, culture and people of the Connecticut River Valley." Doug served for many years as in-house counsel to a large insurance company.
- The Sophorist is a
n ArkansasMissouri attorney with a flare for irony. [Via Ernie Svenson]
- The law firm of Wiggin & Dana LLP is blogging franchise law at, appropriately enough, their Franchise Law blog: what could be sweeter than the doughnut wars? [Via Ernie Svenson]
Learning The Craft
- Angel is in law school down in Ernie's neck of the woods. [Via Blawg.org]
- The ASU Law Devil is a group blog by 2Ls at ASU. [Via Blawg.org]
- Minh starts law school in Denver this fall. [Via the Blawg Ring]
- Jason Nemes is blogging the Sixth Circuit between his studies at Brandeis. [Via Ernie Svenson]
- Patent Defect will start law school in the fall. [Via Blawg.org]
- Anthony Rickey is ready to start law school at Columbia in the fall, even though he appears full well to recognize it's "Three Years of Hell to Become the Devil." He's already reading his Civ Pro text (really A, there're a lot of other options!), and for good measure has fired up a group blog for members of the Columbia Class of 2006. How about that? [Via Blawg.org]
- Andrew Sinclair is in the 2004 class at BU and a former Gaucho. [Via the Blawg Ring]
- wburtis writes the great new Mac Justice blog, and is starting law school at the Washburn School of Law in Topeka, KS [Via Ernie Svenson; isn't it heartwarming to watch Ernie literally cuddle up with his new Mac toys?]
Blawgers At Large
- Evan is blogging cyberlaw issues at FreeLaw.au. [Via Blawg.org]
- The author of Misplaced Thoughts is studying (hard now, hopefully) for the bar exam. [Via the Blawg Ring]
- There's a blog about the acronymically acrobatic USA PATRIOT Act, PATRIOTWATCH. [Via Blawg.org]
- Ron Friedmann is a lawyer who now runs his own law technology consulting firm, Prism Legal Consulting, in Arlington, VA. It's key when those who know law and technology are able to offer that knowledge to their colleagues in the legal profession. The disconnect too often is too wide. [Via Ernie Svenson]
- The German American Law Journal (English Edition) is a group blog "for information sharing in the areas of German and American law, mainly where the two intersect, vary or intrigue." [Via Blawg.org]
- Omni Legal News is the blog of LawTalkers, a site for news, rumor, information and gossip about the legal world. [Via Blawg.org]
- One Big Blawg is a promising-looking new Glenn Garnes project (launched July 11), a collaborative site where lawyers can share knowledge about the jurisdictions where they practice. The site has many features and goals, so here's more from Glenn.
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