law-blogs-and-blogging

Mutual appreciation

Tessa Shepperson's Landlord law blog has been up since February 2006, predating us by four months. The name is slightly misleading - Tessa deals with residential landlord and tenant matters and has much to say of interest for private tenants as...

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Now we are three

It seems like it was just yesterday it started, albeit with a very long and restless night in between, but Nearly Legal is now three years old, which in internet terms is late middle age to bus pass territory. But, if I wondered how the time was...

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Plaudit

I have been reading Usefully Employed's blog pretty much since it started. It was always an interesting read on employment matters and broader topics. But I have to say that since March, with a redesign, some added features like an EAT decisions...

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Happy happy

I can't resist the third person, so.. Nearly Legal has an assistant solicitor post in a damn good housing department in a good firm now sorted out for post-qualification in October. No, I'm not telling you where, nor am I casting aside anonymity....

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Scraping a second

I managed to miss an anniversary, a bit like my own birthdays these days. Nearly Legal was two years old on the first of June. Two years! That is positively middle aged in internet years, fittingly making the blog roughly as old as I am. It has...

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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....

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Oliver Twist

Not being satisfied with putting the boot in only once to Caroline 'Workhouse' Flint, I've had another go, this time in a podcast with Charon QC, now available for your listening pleasure. I hope and trust that this is giving the proposals more...

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