reading peer-reviewed journals about a general topic is impermissible under the ex parte canon, how much more so reading a legal blog
Other Florida legal blog
sites exist and have even garnered attention from Florida Trend magazine ("Blawg and Order," March 1, 2006).
When Conigliaro launched his blawg in 2003, there were only a few other pioneering legal blogs
around the country getting a lot of attention, such as How Appealing, Howard Bashman's blawg mostly about federal practice; Bag and Baggage, where Denise Howell focuses on the tech side of practicing law and is credited with coining the term "blawg"; Ernie the Attorney, a New Orleans law firm partner who is "searching for truth and justice in an unjust world" and providing a mix of technical and social chit-chat; and My Shingle, where Carolyn Elefant is "opening doors to small law firm practice.
After more than a year as editor of the popular legal blog
, That's What She Said (http://hrheroblogs.
WASHINGTON -- Slate, the daily online magazine, today launches a legal blog
featuring some of the most prominent voices in law.
HBC received the award on behalf of long-time client, labor and employment law firm Ford & Harrison LLP, for the implementation and media campaign for the firm's popular legal blog
, That's What She Said.
She publishes three legal blogs
and can be reached at niki@mycase.
She further was quoted, as saying that "Bhutanese find it very strange that the Indian border troops are on the Chinese soil," and implied that her views have been gleaned from Bhutanese state media and legal blogs
which have "more convincing information".
The Blawg 100 highlights its top 100 "excellent legal blogs
According to a survey by the American Bar Association, about 10 percent of attorneys and 27 percent of law firms have legal blogs
, which translates to tens of thousands of attorney bloggers.
Our post on the mistake was picked up by a variety of legal blogs
, including Religion Clause and The Volokh Conspiracy.
Now, in addition to judicial opinions and legal briefs of counsel, there are law firm newsletters and legal blogs
(or, blawgs) by individual attorneys, academics, law firms, and law librarians to keep researchers apprised of new cases in just about every field.