I've recently discovered a new member of the legal blogosphere, and I'd like to tell you a bit about how I found her. Although actually, she found me.I like getting comments on my blog. Years ago, I used to get a lot of comments. However, my blog traffic crashed a few years back when I was dealing with my parents' passing, and it's never really rebounded to past heights. … [Read more...] about The Wit and Wisdom of Allison Williams, Esq.
I don't normally write about the blog marketing annoyances, but this one deserves a comment. Mark Bennett received a request from someone (I'm guessing this guy) asking for permission to repost some of his stuff: I have recently started a blog and would like to cross pollinate with people such we yourself who obviously see the world the same as I do. So I’d like to start … [Read more...] about Getting Important Information Out There
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A25VgNZDQ08Hat tip: Charlie Stross. … [Read more...] about Yeah, It Kinda Feels That Way…
Today I happened to read a tweet from @furrygirl: It may seem like a childish metric, but as a general rule, you know how effective your activism is by how fiercely the state comes after you. She should know. In 2011, out of curiosity, she sent off FOIA requests to several government agencies for her record, and got a bit of a shock: I'd actually pretty much forgotten about … [Read more...] about Why I Prefer My Readers
A couple weeks ago, Jack Marshall wrote a post criticizing the ethics of George Zimmerman's legal team. Later that same day, California criminal defense lawyer Mary Frances Prevost at California Criminal Lawyer Blog wrote a post about the same subject. Her post used many of the same words. And rather a lot of the same phrases and sentences. Marshall decided to call her out for … [Read more...] about A Blogger Without a Clue