World famous round here 2

Nick Holmes of Binary Law, renowned throughout the legal information tech world as being a very nice man indeed, has been generous enough to include Nearly Legal as one of his Blawgs of Note in an article for Legal Executive Journal, April 2008. Apparently, the article also featured a Family Lore post and one of mine alongside the article.

Nick’s blawgs of note included Family Lore, Charon QC and Impact. And who in their right mind could argue with that?

In paper based media, Nearly Legal has now featured in or written for, in chronological order, The Specialist Paralegal, the Solicitors Journal and the Legal Executive Journal. Sweet and Maxwell or indeed Rupert Murdoch where are you? I may need a job in a few months time…

Giles Peaker is a solicitor and partner in the Housing and Public Law team at Anthony Gold Solicitors in South London. You can find him on Linkedin and on Twitter. Known as NL round these parts.


  1. John Bolch

    Yes, paper based media may be quaint, but I understand there are still people who read it…

  2. lawminx

    You are too clever by HALF, you know, and, as ever, I am SERIOUSLY impressed. I’m glad your blog is getting the recognition it so richly deserves! :)

  3. Nearly Legal

    Nah, just the beneficiary of other’s generosity. I’m hoping that the kindness of others will extend to post-qualification jobs ;-)


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