Where does the time go? It’s already time to take a look back at the publications who have joined us recently and, while I’m a day late with this post, there should be no wait to check out these blogs—including one from a firm with one of the biggest blogging networks out there and one from another that’s made blogging a big priority in 2020.
- Proud to bolster one of the most expansive blog networks in the legal industry, Sheppard Mullin rolled out their 37th blog in the form of the Retail Trend Spotter. Drawing on the expertise of the firm’s complete Retail team, the publication provides an inside look at the legal issues impacting retail, e-commerce, fashion and beauty.
- Speaking of expanding blog networks, Long Island law firm Jaspan Schlesinger has launched their fourth blog this year with the addition of the New York Trusts & Estates Blog. The publication sets out to cover everything in the area, ranging from banking to investing to lending to trusts and estates.
- We have publications of every level joining us this week, including the launch of a publication on our new Twenty design—that being this blog from Illinois lawyer David Lawler. Owner of Lawler Brown Law Firm, David’s practice areas focus in real estate, personal injury, criminal defense, estate and trust, and probate/trust/estate administration.
- Also joining the fray, we have this Medium publication from Osman Gazi Güçlütürk, lawyer and Head of the Department of IT Law at Kırklareli University in Turkey. Much of his publishing so far covers the intersection of blockchain and the law.
- Joining us by way of Arizona Attorney Daily, we have this Business Law blog from Phoenix attorney Mike King of Gammage and Burnham. While the publication is new to our network, it isn’t new at all—as Mike’s been blogging since 2012 on a variety of questions faced by businesses.
Also worth noting
While these are all the blogs joining the LexBlog Network this week, we are also proud to have the website of Nebraska lawyer Sam Turco join us on the LexBlog Platform—complete with a modern redesign, of course. Turco was, however, already on the LexBlog Network though; he’s the author of the long-running Nebraska Debt & Bankruptcy Blog.