Tuesday, December 31, 2013

Legal Profession Blog Records Millionth Hit

This month the Sitemeter ticked past 1,000,000. Happy New Year to all, and thanks for checking in. Thanks most of all to Mike Frisch for his dedicated research to find all these stories and dispositions, and for his reporting on them here so prodigiously and clearly. His attention to results and process has really taught me a lot over the past seven years. Thanks also to Jeff Lipshaw for his insightful posts over the years and for creating this blog. Mike and I could not tell an HTML from a hot meal on Sept. 18, 2006! [Alan Childress]

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Too bad that you, Jeff and Mike make it a practice to avoid reporting cases which might embarrass the disciplinary bar.

You might want to take a look at Glenn Greenwald's address to the 30C3 conference in Hamburg last Friday as regards the press. In my opinion, those criticisms apply equally here.

Anyway, one million hits is impressive by any measure. Happy new year to all!

Stephen

Posted by: Stephen Williams | Jan 1, 2014 2:28:06 PM

Stephen's many comments are very often insightful and useful, and are welcome. I strongly disagree with his view that the blog under-criticizes bars and process. Mike, especially, takes on all comers and shares his views candidly. I don't think a fair sample of his posts supports any notion that he carries water for bar bigwigs or practices avoidance of criticism! But I don't intend to engage that theme further and will let all readers, of course, draw their own conclusions. This will be my last comment on that particular idea. The posts ipsa loquitur. Just wanted to say I think Mike does a wonderful job here and I don't agree with the comment, at least as applies to Mike or Jeff. But really I am not trying to invite a dialog on this. Let's please leave it at that.

Posted by: Alan Childress | Jan 2, 2014 7:18:28 AM

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