The premier issue of Blawg Review was hosted Monday, April 11th, at Evan Schaeffer’s Notes from the (Legal) Underground with 31 noteworthy posts from this past week in the blawgosphere. Presented as “a group of law bloggers who are committed to making the best of the blawgosphere more easily accessible and enjoyable to read,” Blawg [...]

I realize there are about 9 million blogs out there so new sites do not generate the excitement they once did. And while I can only monitor a handful, I keep finding news blogs that are quite worthwhile. In case you didn’t see these, I wanted to mention a couple of new ones noted by [...]

Extreme Makeover – Kids Edition: A Cookie is a Sometimes Food? Sesame Street Re-packages its Beloved Cookie Monster What is wrong with America these days? Must we be soooooooo PC that even Sesame Street’s beloved blue furry Cookie Monster needs to be harnessed in and white-washed like so much else in our culture (or now [...]

If you are like me and enjoy the economics of law practice as much as the practice itself, then you’re probably familiar with Bruce MacEwen’s blog, Adam Smith, Esq., where “law firm management comes under the microscope.” (and what can I say about a guy who can work in the word “Jesuitical” in a blog [...]

In case you have not heard already from the many posts out there, Kevin Heller (Tech Law Advisor) and Evan Schaeffer (Notes from the (Legal) Underground) have rolled out Blawg Review, a site for the review of law blogs and postings. It is not often you see a collaborative project like this from a group [...]

The Baristas received a nice mention in Ben Cowgill’s new blog, the Legal Ethics Blog where he mentions our web disclaimer. Cowgill writes: “So what is the ethics angle of this post? It’s this: I think the disclaimer is just right because it says what it needs to say while providing a little humor which [...]

Those who know me know I have an attention span that’s measured in microseconds. Therefore, when people started talking about podcasts and podcasting as “the next big thing”, I let out a groan thinking this would be yet another thing I wouldn’t be able to pay attention to long enough to benefit. But after giving [...]

Damon Darlin at B2Day posted a note about Postal Watch being up in arms about the Postal Service using Special Cancellations of stamps with little characters from the animated movie, Robots. I have to admit, this is one of those items that seems like an abuse of governmental powers. Actually, I don’t think it is [...]