#lawblogs is back on Thursday 19 May – how to sign up

3 May 2011 by

Update – apologies for the earlier confusion. The details below are correct and confirmed.

The second #lawblogs event will be held on 19 May 2011 at 6pm. The Law Society at 113 Chancery Lane have kindly agreed to host the event.

To reserve your place, send an email to lawblogsevent@gmail.com with the subject heading “Legal blogging event” and your full name only in the text. Only one place can be reserved per person. Space is limited so please email as soon as possible if you want to attend. You can also follow updates and live tweets from the event on Twitter via our new account at @legalblogging.

Like the “Future of Legal Blogging“, but on a larger scale, the event will be a panel based discussion of the past, present and future of legal blogging, tweeting and journalism, followed of course by drinks and nibbles. The speakers will be:

Catrin Griffiths (Chair) – Editor of The Lawyer

Siobhain Butterworth – Freelance lawyer, writer and Guardian blogger

Carl Gardner – Barrister, Head of Legal blogger

David Allen Green – Solicitor, Jack of Kent and New Statesman blogger

Joshua Rozenberg – Legal commentator, blogger and BBC Law in Action presenter

Mike Semple PiggottCharon QC Blogger and founding editor of Insite Law

Adam Wagner – Barrister and founding editor of the UK Human Rights Blog

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3 comments


  1. […] that I cannot join the distinguished panel of pundits, mavens, prognosticators und blawgers at ze #UKLAWBLOGS Convention at The Law Society on 19th May 2011.  I am Dr Erasmus Strangelove (no relation), as some of you know, Director of Psyops, Strategy and […]

  2. Since I won’t be there, would you possibly address the following questions, please:

    1. when bloggers are subjected to a ‘reporting restriction order’ or an ‘injunction oder’ by a local authority, what is the correct procedure of service?

    2. when the blogging company (WordPress and Blog.com in my case) only accept documents from solicitors or courts to revert their decision to delete entries, the implication is that bloggers need to take local auhorities to court. Is there another way of validating what to us seem to be fake and rogue ‘orders’?

    With many thanks in advance,

    Sabine [Promoting your event on http://bit.ly/jOgMXX%5D

  3. WELL DONE for organising this event!

    Wish I could be there, but will be abroad!!!

    Sabine
    Publisher of http://victims-unite.net and http://edm1297.info

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