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David Allen Green on the revival of legal blogging


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Very kind mention for my piece on Paddington here, described as “magnificent and delightful”. Thank you, David! Do check out the other blogs, all of which I follow and find inspiration in. As David discusses, it is a mystery that more solicitors do not make better use of blogging. I highly recommend the Nearly Legal blog on housing law, but that is the only one that comes to mind. Solicitors seem to be reluctant to create a blog or website with a separate identity to their firm, which I think is a prerequisite for success with a legal blog.

Source: The revival of legal blogging | Solicitors Journal

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Colin Yeo

Immigration and asylum barrister, blogger, writer and consultant at Garden Court Chambers in London and founder of the Free Movement immigration law website.