I Blawg. You Flawg. Period?

… Is Blawging for business purposes black and white? That appears to be the view of many commentators on my post on The Elephant in the #LawBlogs Room. There are blawgers and there are flawgers. That is there are the ‘serious’ law bloggers who do not dream of blogging for business purposes and then there…

I thought the Blawgosphere was a friendly place :-(

… I was surprised and saddened by the way comments on my last post (The Elephant in the #LawBlogs Room) degenerated into unwarranted personal attacks by Blawgers against other Blawgers… I thought the Blawgosphere was a friendly place 🙁 As Lucy Reed tweeted:- Those commentators clearly had not taken the advice of Siobhain Butterworth at…

The Elephant in the #LawBlogs Room

… I had the pleasure of attending the second #lawblogs event in London on 19th May. The event has, not surprisingly, already been covered in blog posts by other attendees. The ones I have picked up on (there may be others) are:- Michael Scutt: The Future of Legal Blogging Dylan White: A tree in the…

Do Clients search for a Lawyer?

… This afternoon I had an interesting exchange on Twitter with Jon Busby of Legal 2.0 regarding how important blogs and websites are to lawyers. Jon considers that they may not be that important in finding new clients. Jon recently blogged about the possibility of his butcher, Charlie, writing a blog:- As a consumer I…

UK Blawg Roundup #6: The Time Travel Edition

… The Time Blawg is perhaps only here today as a result of UK Blawg Roundup. Having agreed with Michael Scutt to host this edition before I actually had a suitable blog to host it on meant I had to create a blog before today: Thus A New Blawg Materialises… Given The Time Blawg’s theme…