New legal blogging review by Charon QC

2 January 2011 by

Legal blogger Charon QC has published the latest Blawg Review, a comprehensive survey of the legal blogging world.

It is a magnum opus, and in order to express just how large and comprehensive it is, I have borrowed an image from the Family Lore blog which shows the review in its entirety.

For more about legal blogging, see here. If you have never come across the Blawg review, which has now reached its 292nd edition, here is an explanation from the blog carnival’s headquarters:

Blawg Review is the blog carnival for everyone interested in law. A peer-reviewed blog carnival, the host of each Blawg Review decides which of the submissions and recommended posts are suitable for inclusion in the presentation. And the host is encouraged to source another dozen or so interesting posts to fit with any special theme of that issue of Blawg Review. The host’s personal selections usually include several that reflect the character and subject interests of the host blawg, recognizing that the regular readership of the blog should find some of the usual content, and new readers of the blog via Blawg Review ought to get some sense of the unique perspective and subject specialties of the host. Thanks to all the law bloggers who collaborate to make Blawg Review one of the very best blog carnivals of any genre.

You can read Blaw Review 290, by UK blogger and family law barrister Pink Tape, here.

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