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Colin has provided editorial and administrative support for LexBlog since 2006, and is the author of the daily LexBlog Network Law Roundup of top blog posts. He graduates from the University of Montana School of Journalism in spring of 2009.
In looking over all the content produced on the LexBlog Network on a daily basis, it’s easy to see that blog posts authored by multiple attorneys are big. Really big. Especially from the large law firms. In limited cases, as … Continue reading →In looking over all the content...
Well, the Tiger Woods story may have run its course on the LexBlog Network. I'm not absolutely sure this will be the last highlighted Tiger post, but I'll try. Today, Bill Marler has interesting insight on how food safety played a roll in the Tiger Woods fiasco. Today's total for the LexBlog...
As mentioned earlier in the week, Facebook has changed their privacy settings; once again, the social network has people concerned. Just today, I had to go through all my photo albums and set it so only friends can view them. I'm sure not to post anything on the site that casts myself in...
In today's world, it's almost impossible to completely disconnect from work. Many companies' employees operate on laptops, which can be taken home at night. And even when those aren't open, employees can still be reached at any hour via smartphone. Today, Tom Crane raises the interesting question...
Well, we have a new record for blog posts in a day since we started counting: 152. Very impressive. One of my favorite parts of doing these posts is highlighting some of the newer bloggers who have hit the ground running. Staci Riordan of the Fashion Law Blog definitely falls into this...