Wednesday, April 09, 2008

Blawgpost of the Month

In a new feature for Family Lore I thought I would award a trophy for the best post I have read each month on a law blog. This is purely subjective, and my decision is final. There may be other posts that you think are better (please let me know if this is the case), but either I haven't read them, or I prefer the one I've chosen. I'll try to make this a regular feature if I can be arsed remember to do so.

There can only be one winner of my award for March. For his wonderful insight into the inner workings of the judiciary, and for going beyond the call of duty to achieve the result the client seeks, it goes to Geeklawyer for his post "Pole dancing for the judge".

[A prize of a bottle of Moniak Mead will not be winging its way to Geeklawyer - sorry, times are hard.]

12 comments:

  1. No Mead?! Bugger. Oh well:

    "I am deeply humbled by this award which I accept with great pleasure and surprise. I'd like to thank my wife and mistress and colleagues which is as much for them as me etc etc [*sobbing gratefully*]"

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  2. Said with great sincerity, Geeklawyer.

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  3. In the absence of Mead, might I suggest a prize from the same website, of some rather nice Pear and Rosemary Jelly?! (cheaper/smaller/less expensive to post/ goes with everything - a really good lawyerly gift!)

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  4. Hmm. Not sure 'Pear and Rosemary Jelly' would be butch enough for Geeklawyer...

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  5. ... Hm - I suppose you could offer Gooseberry and Mint in the alternative - whilst not particularly butch, such preserve may reflect Geeklawyers amarous predilections!!

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  6. I'm sufficiently confident in my sexuality not to threatened by Rosemary Jam (Jelly? Did you intend snAmericanism?)

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  7. Yes, it's 'Jelly', although I've just noticed 'Rosemary' is spelt 'Rosemarry' - perhaps more relevant to this blog?

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  8. ... What does mead actually TASTE like? I have in mind the aroma of unbrearably SWEET pudding wine.....

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  9. Don't ask me. I've never had the pleasure, and I can't say I'm tempted either...

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  10. (I'm too scared to ask GeekLawyer, he already thinks all bar students are plebs)

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  11. Wasn't He a student himself once, or was He born qualified?

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  12. I believe he was born qualified....

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