UKBR#9 Legal Services Act and ABS

Tweet I am delighted to say that Shireen Smith of Azrights will today publish her blogpost on the profound changes afoot for the legal profession at www.shireensmith.com. Shireen, with the assistance of her trainee Stefano Debolini, has compiled a full round up of blogs and articles on this most topical of topics.  I do recommend [...]

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UK Legal Blawging Coming of Age?

Tweet Well, bloody hell! I turned my back on Twitter and blogging for a week or so whilst drafting the longest Particulars of Claim in the history of employment law and then what happens?  Two of the most high profile names in UK legal blogging start writing about UK legal bloggers.   David Allen Green announces [...]

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UKBR#8 is Out Today

Tweet   I’m delighted to announce that Victoria Moffatt’s blog post is out today. Her theme is “Change”, which seemed appropriate as she has recently moved from fee earning to legal PR. It’s a wide ranging review of the blawgosphere, taking in blogs that promote (but don’t sell themselves) to “brain-dump blogs” and to resource [...]

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UKBR#8 – Victoria Moffatt to Host

Tweet The next edition of the Round-Up will be hosted, I am delighted to say, by Victoria Moffatt (@vicmoffatt) an employment lawyer who has turned to the “dark side” of PR and away from fee-earning (lucky thing). . On her blog Victoria explains her situation thus; When I started this blog, I was an employment [...]

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UKBR#7 NOW OUT – Is Blogging Just a Frivolous Fancy?

Tweet The Future of Legal Blogging by leading legal blogger Tessa Shepperson at her Solicitors’ Online Blog is now out. Tessa’s quarterly review of the UK legal blogging scene follows on from @BrianInkster’s Time Travel edition and provides a thorough round up of all that blawgers are blawging about at the moment.Tessa thinks it might be [...]

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The Future of Legal Blogging

Tweet   It’s been an unusual week this one. I have spent most of it in seminars and conferences, finishing with the #lawblogs seminar/tweet-up/workshop last night. #Lawblogs was the second legal blogger event hosted by the Law Society, compered by Catrin Griffiths of The Lawyer and organised (and lubricated) by 1 Crown Office Row.  Adam [...]

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Would you Pay Someone to Write Your Blog?

Tweet   More and more lawyers are getting involved in social media and blogging – see Brian Inkster’s Blawg round up last month.  The benefits of writing and engaging via blogs are many and varied: demonstrating expertise, reinforcing one’s own knowledge,  improving your visibility in search engine rankings, and enjoying the sound of one’s own [...]

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UK Blawging: “Fit and Well” but where are the Welsh Blawgers?

Tweet The eagerly anticipated UKBR#6 hosted by @TheTimeBlawg aka Brian Inkster (left) is now out, published at 11.59 last night.   It’s tour de force (or should that be tour de blawg?) of the UK blawging scene, covering the “past,present and future” of blawging travelling through the British Isles and going back in time as [...]

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What is a blawg?

Tweet To help answer this beguilingly difficult question I asked Nick Holmes, Managing Director of Infolaw, host  of the  Binary Law blog and the co-editor with Delia Venables of  the excellent Internet Newsletter for Lawyers to write a blog post on that very topic.  Nick takes a look at the history of blogging and what [...]

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UKBR#6 – Time for The Time Blawg

Tweet The next edition of the Round-Up will be hosted, I am delighted to say, by Brian Inkster, the Lord of The Time Blawg and Twittermeister. Brian set the blog up to deal with “the past, present and future practice of law” and, despite not yet being two weeks old, it has already gained very [...]

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