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May 11, 2005

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» Should Summer Clerks Blog? from Conglomerate
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» Summer law blogging from The Great Change: Turning Cathy into a Lawyer
Ambivalent Imbroglio posted a question about "the ethics and boundaries of blawgging a summer job." On the Legal Ethics Forum site Brad Wendel posted a broad admonition not to do it at all. I took issue with his response, and... [Read More]

» http://www.threeyearsofhell.com/archive/003334.php from Three Years of Hell to Become the Devil
Ambivalent Imbroglio asks about the propriety of blogging one's summer job. Unfortunately, before I could adequately express my feelings about this, Prof. Brad Wendel at the Legal Ethics Forum beat me to it: From the perspective of a risk-averse profes... [Read More]

» Is it Wise/Ethical for Summer Associates to Blog from On Firm Ground
I promised to address this question a couple of days ago but I've been sidetracked by a far more important and pressing question: Is it wise and ethical for me to blog? To be perfectly candid, Ambiguous what's-his-name has got me wondering (and worr... [Read More]

» More On Whether Lawyers Should Blog from On Firm Ground
Ambivalent Imbrolio points to this blog as an example of the type of blogging that he feels does not compromise ethics or client relations. I have only skimmed the first page, so far, but I will try to read it more carefully over the next few days. B... [Read More]

» New Lawsuit Over Blogging--Steinbuch v. Cutler from Technology & Marketing Law Blog
Steinbuch v. Cutler (D.C. D.C. complaint filed May 18, 2005). Interesting and risqué lawsuit for invasion of privacy and intentional... [Read More]

» New Lawsuit Over Blogging--Steinbuch v. Cutler from Technology & Marketing Law Blog
Steinbuch v. Cutler (D.C. D.C. complaint filed May 18, 2005). Interesting and risqué lawsuit for invasion of privacy and intentional... [Read More]

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