I am honored to say that this blog is included among Avvo’s Favorite Legal Blogs of 2009. I appreciate the honor and appreciate being included among such a stellar lot of legal blogs.
The ABA Journal has released its Third Annual Blawg 100, its listing of the best legal blogs as selected by the Journal’s editors. I am proud to say that three projects in which I am involved made the list: Legal Blog Watch, which I co-author with Bruce Carton of Securities Docket and formerly with Carolyn […]
The Massachusetts Bar Foundation is celebrating its 45th anniversary this year. I am honored to serve as a trustee of this important charitable organization, which is dedicated to ensuring equal access to justice and to enhancing the administration of justice and understanding of the law. I urge companies, law firms, lawyers and other members of […]
My latest Web Watch column is up at Law Technology News (free registration required). This month’s column reviews: Example-Motion, a document-sharing site. WhichDraft.com, a document-assembly site.PatentSurf, USCodeSurf and Case-Law, three related legal research sites. Casemakerdigest, a new case-digesting service. DASH, a new Harvard University site for obtaining scholarly articles by faculty and students. The National […]
As part of its programming to help judges better manage death-penalty cases, the National Judicial College has developed a Web site, Capital Cases Resources. The site provides resources for state trial judges who sit on capital cases, but one need not be a judge to find it useful. A featured resource is an overview of […]
Brain Injury Lawyer FAQ. New York personal injury lawyer John Hochfelder, author of the New York Injury Cases Blog, has launched this site to serve as a resource for both lawyers and injury victims. The site answers questions about traumatic brain injury and the law. Rocket Lawyer Bankruptcy Center. Rocket Lawyer recently unveiled this site […]
Earlier this week, I posted my unofficial tally of results for the readers’ choice awards in the ABA Journal Blawg 100. The ABA Journal has now released the official results, and they vary quite a bit from what I reported. It appears that the ABA disqualified significant numbers of votes. So, let me now present […]
Update 1/7/09: The official results are now in, and they differ from the below. See my post here. Polling ended yesterday for the readers’ choice awards in the ABA Journal Blawg 100. The ABA Journal has yet to release the official results, but based on the numbers of votes showing on the site, here is […]
For the third year running, Dennis Kennedy’s Blawggie Awards have named Lawyer2Lawyer as the best legal podcast. This year, we tied for best with Denise Howell’s This Week in Law. Lawyer2Lawyer also won the Blawggie in 2007 and 2006. Lawyer2Lawyer was recently selected as a top legal podcast by the editors of the ABA Journal […]
Two projects of mine, a blog and a podcast, are included on the ABA Journal’s second annual listing of The Blawg 100, the editors’ picks of the best legal blogs. Legal Blog Watch, the Law.com-sponsored blog I cowrite with Carolyn Elefant, won recognition in the News category, and Lawyer2Lawyer, the podcast I cohost with J. […]
I posted about this today at Legal Blog Watch. Short version: Wanting to simplify his life, he burned his Harvard Law diploma — and of course posted the video online. Check out the full post for more.