Blawg Review Makes Its Return at the Declarations and Exclusions Blog
Ever since Al Gore invented both the Internet and the legal blog back in 1898, it seems like a new Blawg Review ("the blog carnival for everyone interested in law") has come out like clockwork every week or so. Until August 2011, that is, when Blawg Review #314 was published and then ... silence. In September 2011, Blawg Review posted a quick message saying that "the sun hasn't set on Blawg Review, but we've been traveling these past few months, and not just to law conferences. ... Blawg Review will be back soon." But fall turned into winter, and winter turned to spring and still ... silence.
Today, however, Blawg Review made its return, as George Wallace's Declarations and Exclusions blog posted Blawg Review #315: "The Plain Vanilla Edition." In the tradition of Blawg Review, Wallace offers up blog links and short commentaries on many of the hot issues now being discussed in the blogosphere, including links to Mark Bennett on the shooting of Trayvon Martin, Tom Goldstein on the U.S. Supreme Court's recent arguments over the Affordable Care Act, the latest April Fools prank by "hoaxing mastermind" (and stellar disclaimer writer) Eric Turkewitz, and much more.
Wallace also notes that Blawg Review #316 is due to be published on April 9 by Jamison Koehler at his Koehler Law Blog.
Posted by Bruce Carton on April 2, 2012 at 04:22 PM | Permalink
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