Blawg Review hosts honor Martin Luther King Day, provide advice to new lawyers

Last week in joint posts fellow blogger Colin Samuel and I saluted the anonymous editor of Blawg Review for his significant contributions to the legal community in creating the  invaluable resource that Blawg Review shows itself to be, week after week.

The most recent two editions of Blawg Review demonstrate why Colin and I were moved to say,

Presented each week by a different host, Blawg Review shows readers the many faces of the law, both in the U.S. and across the globe. In the best tradition of law and justice, as an institution it is open for all to participate, bringing well-deserved attention, appreciation, and traffic to the many lawyers, legal academics, law students, legal professionals, and others who blog about legal topics and issues.

Today’s presentation of Blawg Review #143 is hosted by Public Defender Stuff, which celebrates the enduring legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr., and reminds readers of the principles of equality and justice that Dr. King stood for.

Meanwhile, the widely respected legal business coach Susan Cartier Liebel hosts Blawg Review #142 at Build a Solo Practice, where she distills a week’s worth of posts and expert advice into a “Letter to a New Lawyer”.

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