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Sunday, March 23, 2003

Walking the blawg

When I started blogging, I had this idea that it would be really cool if I blogged about my somewhat limited, but possibly useful, knowledge of the law. My thought was that maybe someone out there might benefit from hearing about real life legal problems and solutions as I saw them. As I began to write, it further occurred to me that everything I knew was based on specific things that happened to specific clients of my bosses. It was too much effort to disguise the facts in such a way that the clients' identities couldn't be revealed. So, I pretty much gave up that notion. Anyway, I figured it's probably better to leave it up to the lawyers.

On that note, Law.com has put togther a list of law blogs: Blawgs: More Than Just Fluff. The author, Robert J. Ambrogi, who also has a blawg, says, "This column looks at some of the Web logs that may be of value to practicing lawyers." Well, that makes sense if everyone who reads Law.com is a lawyer. Actually, I've visited several of these blawgs, and they're definitely not just for lawyers. Some are filters, while others offer opinion and experience, as opposed to advice.

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Posted by Marie at March 23, 2003 1:18 AM