Thursday, May 11, 2006

Expanding Blawgosphere

I don't intend my links to other legal blogs to be comprehensive (readers would soon get tired of scrolling down the page), but I have just added links to three other UK legal blogs (or 'blawgs' to the cognoscenti):

Firstly, Diary of a Criminal Solicitor by a criminal defence solicitor from London who identifies himself only as 'Gavin'. This blog has been going since May last year, although has only just come to my attention. As Gavin says, he uses the blog to vent his anger and share his joy with the experiences that he encounters when working as a criminal solicitor. More anger than joy then, I guess.

Secondly, the Times Online Law Weblog. Not the usual private-practitioner-giving-his/her-personal-experiences type of blog, but a blog by (currently) four authors described as "your regular dose of legal news and comment, updated throughout the day".

Lastly, UKBlawgers, a new blog by Steve Butler of UKLawyers Legal Newswires, which is described as "the leading weekly general legal newswire for lawyers".

1 comment:

  1. John
    Thanks for adding Binary Law to your blogroll. You can now remove the link to my old blog on infolaw. Or of course you could add a link to the infolaw blogs catalogue!


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