L.A. Press Honors Law Blogger
Journalists and bloggers have somewhat of a love/hate relationship. Even as many journalists become bloggers, they continue to debate whether bloggers are journalists. Thus it is noteworthy when established journalists honor a blogger -- and even more so when they honor a lawyer/blogger.
So we here at the Law.com blog network are beaming with pride over the fact that one of our own, J. Craig Williams, was honored this weekend with an award from the Los Angeles Press Club. It named his blog, May it Please the Court, as best weblog by an individual (scroll down to award I.16), based on writing, voice and added value of a single person. Williams received the award at a banquet at the Millennium Biltmore Hotel, where other honorees included Larry King and Kevin Sites.
Williams is founder of The Williams Law Firm in Newport Beach, Calif. He is my co-host for the legal-affairs podcast Coast to Coast.
Posted by Robert J. Ambrogi on June 26, 2006 at 03:26 PM | Permalink
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