Rivkin Radler launches second blog on the LexBlog platform in as many weeks
Rivkin Rounds is the latest blog from firm Rivkin Radler and features updates on the healthcare industry and the issues that affect it. The blog is helmed by Eric Fader who has represented healthcare providers for more than 35 years while, “condensing healthcare industry doings into bite-size pieces” for over a decade.
Now those insights have a true home. Fader says not much else will change—you’ll still be getting the same high-quality analysis from him on everything from the ever-evolving pandemic to HIPPA compliance and much more.
Just like Rivkin Radler’s TaxSlaw blog which launched last week, the firm is offering limited edition Rivkin Rounds t-shirts while supplies last. All you have to do is subscribe to the blog.
Legal software company Loio join the LexBlog community with their company blog
Loio is a tech company that aims to help lawyers speed up the process of drafting and reviewing legal documents and to do so more accurately. They do so with their AI-powered software which works as an add-in to Microsoft Word and helps attorneys with their routine legal work.
Like their software, their company blog also aims to help lawyers by offering how-tos on their product, productivity tips for lawyers and general insights on the legal industry as a whole. The blog launched back in November of 2020 and has already has built up a wealth of posts on a wide range of legal topics.
McGeorge Law Today Highlight: Craft Beer Law Prof
As we were proud to announce last week, LexBlog worked with The McGeorge School of Law to launch the nation’s first Syndication Journal and community for a law school: McGeorge Law Today. As part of that, we wanted to highlight one of the professors in their burgeoning community.
Daniel Croxall is a professor at The McGeorge School of Law where, among other things, he teaches the world’s first craft beer law class. He has long been a part of the LexBlog community and has carved one of the most interesting legal niches out there and uses his blog to discuss laws and issues that impact the craft beer industry.
Croxall’s blog is just one of the many that are a part of the ever-growing network for McGeorge alumni and faculty. You can read more about LexBlog’s work on McGeorge Law Today here.
Know a McGeorge alumni with a blog? They can submit it to this page and join the network. How about McGeorge alumni or faculty members without blogs? We’re launching blogs for alumni and faculty for free on the LexBlog platform so don’t hesitate to reach out to us.