Where's Ben Cowgill? We Got Him
Upon reading Eugene Volokh's thoughts on whether New York's proposed advertising rules will make blogging too burdensome for lawyers, the anonymous editor at Blawg Review is prompted to ask,
"Where's Ben Cowgill?", alluding to the author of the blog Ben Cowgill on Legal Ethics.
Cowgill, the editor notes, played a central role in helping Kentucky's legal advertising commission arrive at a sensible policy on lawyer blogging.
I don't have the answer to New York's problems, but I do know where Cowgill is. He is our guest on this week's legal-affairs podcast Coast to Coast, where he and fellow Kentucky lawyer Steven M. Frederick discuss the ethical implications of lawyer advertising in the wake of the Kentucky crash of Comair Flight 5191. Also on the program is Motley Rice partner Robert T. Haefele discussing ongoing litigation arising out of 9/11.
Posted by Robert J. Ambrogi on September 19, 2006 at 03:24 PM | Permalink
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