(For any confused readers, yes, this is a revised version of my earlier post, which complained that the piece listed the wrong links for my blogs and podcast. The school corrected the links within minutes of being informed of the errors.)

My law school, Boston College, today sent out an eBrief blast with an article featuring blogs written by alumni and others with ties to BC Law, It’s Who You Know. I am honored to be included in the piece, especially among such a stellar line-up of legal bloggers.

In addition to this blog, the piece mentions my Media Law blog and my Lawyer2Lawyer podcast.

Other blogs listed in the piece include Jay Shepherd’s The Client Revolution, Fernando Pinguelo’s e-Lessons Learned, Erik Mazzone’s Law Practice Matters, and the great BC Law student blog eagleionline.

  • Mr. Ambrogi

    I suggest that you and your readers may benefit from visiting our web site The Water War Crimes at http://www.waterwarcrimes.com

    I am a former lawyer who blew the whistle on probably the biggest crime in Canadian history that is also linked to American politics.

    As we moved our persoal lawsuit forward about fifteen (15) parties – including nine crooked judges – or probable witnesses started dying.

    I suggest you have a listen to the audio tape on the homepage for a brief introduction. Since the audio tape three other insiders have suddenly died and one had a near death experience.

    Kindest regards

    John Frederick Carten, B.A., L.L.B.

    (Never disbarred or suspended but not permitted to practice law because I blew the whistle on judicial and legal corruption in Canada)