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- Bruce MacEwen is a lawyer and consultant to law firms on strategic and economic issues. During his career, Bruce has been CEO of a dot-com; practiced securities law in-house for nearly 10 years at Morgan Stanley/Dean Witter; and was an associate with Shea & Gould and with Breed, Abbott & Morgan in New York. Bruce has written for or been quoted in: Fortune; The Wall Street Journal; The New York Times; Bloomberg News; Business 2.0; The National Law Journal; Law Firm, Inc. and Law Technology News, and frequently appears as a speaker or panelist at legal industry conferences nationally and internationally. He received his BA magna cum laude in economics from Princeton University, his JD from the Stanford Law School and is an MBA candidate in finance at NYU's Stern School of Business. A native New Yorker, he lives on Manhattan's Upper West Side with his wife and dog.
Charles J. Lowry
- Charles J. Lowry is Director of Client Relations for ALM Research, a division of ALM Law and Business. He is responsible for presenting to law firm and vendors to the legal profession the marketing, business development and competitive intelligence tools available through ALM Research.
Prior to coming to ALM Research, Lowry held a variety of editorial and sales/marketing positions at Matthew Bender, Lexis and Kluwer Law International. He holds a B.A. degree in philosophy and a Ph.D. in classics. He lives in Brooklyn, New York and works from the New York City office of ALM. More Info
- Blawg Review is the blog carnival for everyone interested in law; a traveling post including links and commentary on the best recent law blog articles, hosted by a different blogger every week. Blawg Review is the collaboration of a worldwide community of lawyers, law students and law professors; a law blog project administered by an anonymous Editor.
- We cover law, lobbying, politics, crime, courts, business and culture in the nation's capital and beyond.
- Monica Bay is editor-in-chief of Law Technology News, and has been with ALM since 1985. A member of the California bar, she spent 13 years based in San Francisco, where she was senior editor at The Recorder and Counsel Connect (Law.com's predecessor). She helped the "Late Show with David Letterman" set up its first Web site on AOL before moving to New York City in 1998 to oversee LTN. She writes about legal technology, "green law," law firm management and culture, and has been known to pay a little bit of attention on her blog to the New York Yankees.
- Stephen Seckler is managing director of the Boston office of BCG Attorney Search, the largest search firm in the United States dedicated to law firm placement. For more than 10 years, he has counseled partners and associates who want help exploring their career options. Previously, after graduating from Northeastern University School of Law, he was a program attorney for eight years for Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, where he developed hundreds of programs for one of the top CLE providers in the country. He subsequently launched Seckler Legal Consulting, where he recruited talent for law firms and corporations and coached lawyers on career and marketing issues. During this time, he published an electronic newsletter, Seckler's Legal Digest, with links to career and marketing resources. He also facilitated a monthly roundtable for the Career Services Committee of the New England Corporate Counsel Association and served on the Steering Committee of the Solo and Small Firm Practice Section of the Boston Bar Association. He created Counsel to Counsel to provide a forum for lawyers who want to increase their overall career satisfaction. He also authors a column, "Career Consult," for Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly and sits on the Boston Bar Association's Standing Committee on Work/Life Balance. Steve is qualified to administer the Myers Briggs Type Indicator (he is an ENFP) and is interested in law office technology, management and entrepreneurship.
- Michael Cernovich graduated from law school at Pepperdine University in December 2004. He has a B.A. in Legal Studies with a Philosophy Minor. After passing the bar, he would like to open his own law firm or work for the Federal Defenders or Los Angeles County Public Defender's Office.
Norman A. Pattis is a Connecticut criminal defense lawyer and civil rights attorney. He has won multi-million dollar verdicts in police misconduct and employment cases, and has represented persons accused of crimes ranging from contract murder, sexual assault and bank robbery to white collar offenses involving embezzlement by public officials. His practice focuses equally on the state and federal courts. Pattis has argued in the Connecticut Appellate and Supreme Courts, the United States Court of Appeals for the Second and Sixth Circuits, and has appeared before the United States Supreme Court in prisoner's rights litigation. He consults with lawyers across the country on cases arising under 42 U.S.C. Section 1983. In addition, he owns the Whitlock Farms Booksellers, in Bethany, Connecticut, a used and rare bookstore that has been operating out of two barns since 1948. For the past eight years, he has written a weekly column about the law and legal affairs for The Connecticut Law Tribune. His first attempt at fiction, Dark Justice, was published in serial form in the Law Tribune.
- The EDD Update Blog is a collaborative blog with over 18 attorneys, consultants and editors. Blog authors represent some of the electronic discovery industry's best practitioners and analysts. Many of the authors are also on the editorial boards of both Law Technology News and Law.com's Legal Technology section. The blog will cover law, technology, analysis, news and events in EDD. A separate page of the blog will detail the biographies of the writers that include: editors Monica Bay, Claire Duffet and Sean Doherty; practitioners Robert Ambrogi, George Rudoy (Sherman & Sterling), Matt Kesner (Fenwich & West), David Bowerman (Preston Gates & Ellis); and consultants Craig Ball, Michael Arkfeld, Tom Gelbman, Tom O'Connor, and George Socha.
- Chere Estrin, Ph.D., CEO of Estrin LegalEd, a continuing legal education organization, produces the popular paralegal blog, The Estrin Report. Ms. Estrin has written eight books in the legal field and is the founder of The Paralegal SuperConferences. She is an Inc. magazine Entrepreneur of the Year finalist, recipient of the Los Angeles/Century City Chamber of Commerce Women of Achievement award, and is a co-founding member of the International Paralegal Management Association. A lively and much sought-after national seminar leader, Chere's speaking engagements frequently sell out early.
- Rick Georges is a solo practitioner, practicing in St. Petersburg, Florida. He is active in the St. Petersburg, Florida, and American Bar Associations, and presents seminars and programs on the use of computers in the practice of law. He has authored the "FutureLawyer" column for the Tampa Bay Review and other publications, and has taught law office management and computer-assisted legal research at the College and Law School level.
- Howard J. Bashman, a nationally recognized attorney, operates his own appellate litigation boutique in Willow Grove, Pa., a suburb of Philadelphia. Howard appears regularly before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit and Pennsylvania's state appellate courts. In 2003, American Lawyer Media named Bashman one of Pennsylvania's top 40 lawyers under age 40 on the strength of his appellate litigation practice more
- Justin Patten is a British solicitor, mediator and trainer. As a qualified solicitor, he has also acted for clients on a wide range of disputes and is familiar with the legal process. Over the last 18 months he has elected to specialize in mediation, providing a full mediation service to businesses and via law firms, as well as providing practical mediation training. His blog covers the issues of mediation and alternative ways of resolving disputes.
Geoffrey G. Gussis
- Geoffrey G. Gussis created Inhouse Blog - News for InHouse Counsel to collect news and job postings relevant to in-house counsel. A former general counsel of an advertising and marketing services provider, Geoff is an attorney with Riker, Danzig, Scherer, Hyland & Perretti, LLP, in Morristown, N.J., where his practice focuses on corporate and technology transactions. He received his B.A., magna cum laude, from the University of Pennsylvania in 1995, and went on to receive his J.D. from Washington University School of Law in St. Louis in 1998, where he was an associate editor of the law review.
- Marc Mayerson is a partner Spriggs & Hollingsworth, a litigation firm in Washington, D.C. In his practice, he is often involved in insurance disputes that include a broad range of insurance policies (CGL, property, D&O, ERISA, fidelity, business interruption/extra expense, and others) and many types of losses, including some rather exotic ones, such as genetically modified foods and complex financial frauds. Mayerson also teaches the insurance law class at George Washington University's law school. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of Michigan and graduated magna cum laude from Harvard Law School, where he was a member of the Harvard Law Review.
William F. ("Bill") Heinze
- Bill Heinze, the author of I/P Updates, is a former Investigative Attorney for the U.S. International Trade Commission. Mr. Heinze is an alumnus of the University of Texas (B.S.M.E., M.B.A.) and George Washington University Law School. He is currnyl in-house with one of the world's leading suppliers of power generation and energy delivery technologies.
- The publisher of JD Bliss is Joshua Fruchter, a graduate of New York University School of Law and an attorney admitted in New York. Joshua practiced bankruptcy law at Kaye Scholer from 1993 to 1999 before embarking on an Internet marketing career. In 2002, Joshua founded eLawMarketing, which now provides online marketing services to over 80 law firms and law-related organizations in the United States and abroad. Joshua lectures and writes regularly on Internet marketing for law firms, and currently sits on the editorial board of Marketing the Law Firm, a newsletter published by ALM Media. In September 2004, Joshua founded JD Bliss as a blog and email newsletter service to help attorneys achieve greater work life balance, career satisfaction and personal growth, and to assist law firms with attorney retention efforts.
- Michael Fox, who specializes in labor and employment law, is a litigator with Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C. He is a graduate of the University of Texas School of Law more
- The National Law Journal's LA Legal Pad is a new daily blog for the Los Angeles area that covers law firm news and local legal developments. We are interested in hearing from lawyers and law firms in the Los Angeles and surrounding communities about who's moving where and why, who's getting the business and who's not, who's won and who's lost, and what's going on in the courts. Please contact blog editor Elizabeth Amon at email@example.com with your stories, tips and suggestions.
- Rees Morrison CMC has been consulting with law departments for 17 years to help them manage themselves and their outside counsel. A former practicing lawyer, author of six books, a Senior Director of Hildebrandt International based in Somerset, NJ, Rees welcomes your comments.
- Larry Bodine is a strategic marketing consultant who helps law firms generate revenue and get new business by developing business development strategies, coaching lawyers to develop their personal marketing plans, and using technology to market the firm. He practiced law in Madison, Wisconsin and is a cum laude graduate of both Seton Hall University (J.D., 1981) and Amherst College (B.A., 1972).
- Mark Beese's blog Leadership for Lawyers focuses on issues of leadership, management, and marketing for law firms. Mark is known as the "Marketing Guy" at Holland & Hart, a 350 attorney law firm with 13 offices in seven states across the Rocky Mountain West and Washington, D.C. Mark is a frequent speaker on topics of law firm leadership and marketing. He holds an MBA in Marketing and is the former president of the Legal Marketing Association in Colorado and an alumnus of Leadership Denver and Leadership Buffalo.
- Carolyn Elefant tracks and analyzes the postings of Law.com bloggers and others for Legal Blog Watch. She is also the writer of My Shingle, a blog to give solos and small firms a comprehensive online guide for starting and running a firm, and trading advice and accomplishments. In doing so, Ms. Elefant occasionally offers up tales of her own private practice, a blend of energy regulatory work, renewable project development and permitting, litigation and appellate practice.
Robert Ambrogi is a lawyer, writer and media consultant, and he tracks new and intriguing Web sites of interest to the legal profession through his blog LawSites. A longtime legal journalist, Bob has been editor of the National Law Journal, director of the ALM News Service, publisher of The Connecticut Law Tribune, editor of Lawyers Weekly USA and editor of Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly. More recently, he was vice president of the legal consulting firm Jaffe Associates. He writes the Web Watch column for Law Technology News and is author of the book, The Best (and Worst) Legal Sites on the Web.
- Legal Pad is the blog of The Recorder and Cal Law, a daily newspaper and Web site covering the legal industry in California. They are the pre-eminent publications for the California legal community, with a daily e-mail alert for the latest legal news, plus another for case decisions from all California appellate courts, as well as award-winning news coverage and insightful commentary. When its reporters and editors are not producing all that, they drop by Legal Pad to blog about the stuff that might otherwise fall through the cracks.
- Legal sanity is a blog offering insights, observations and news on building successful business relationships in the law. A graduate of the University of Michigan (BA 1984) and Fordham Law School (JD 1991), Arnie began his career as a big firm litigator and then moved on to a successful Wall Street partnership. In 2000, he started his own firm and now handles a range of matters for a diverse group of clients in addition to serving as a mediator. In 2004, Arnie launched a training and development business through which he presents programs and keynotes to lawyers and other service professionals on optimizing work relationships without depletion and self-sacrifice. His approach to client relationships and counseling has been featured in a number of distinguished publications, including the Harvard Negotiation Law Review, the ABA Journal and The New York Law Journal.
- The Legal Technology Blog will be a collaborative effort between the Law.com's Legal Technology Editor and Associate Editor, members of the Board including Ari Kaplan, and freelance writers Brett Burney and C.C. Holland.
J. Craig Williams
- J. Craig Williams writes daily observations on law and legal news for May it Please the Court. Before founding the WLF | The Williams Law Firm and beginning his career as a business litigator, Mr. Williams was a broadcaster and a journalist. He obtained his law degree, with distinction, from the University of Iowa College of Law more
- Carolyn Elefant's blog gives solos and small firms a comprehensive guide for starting and running a firm, and trading advice and accomplishments. In doing so, Ms. Elefant occasionally offers up tales of her own private practice, a blend of energy regulatory work, renewable project development and permitting, litigation and appellate practice.
- Robert Ambrogi is a lawyer, writer and media consultant, and he tracks new and intriguing Web sites of interest to the legal profession through his blog LawSites. A longtime legal journalist, Bob has been editor of the National Law Journal, director of the ALM News Service, publisher of The Connecticut Law Tribune, editor of Lawyers Weekly USA and editor of Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly. More recently, he was vice president of the legal consulting firm Jaffe Associates. He writes the Web Watch column for Law Technology News and is author of the book, The Best (and Worst) Legal Sites on the Web.
- Cathy Kirkman writes about media and technology law from a Silicon Valley perspective for her Silicon Valley Media Law Blog. She is an equity partner at legal powerhouse Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati in Palo Alto, where her practice focuses on media law, licensing and e-commerce. Before that, she practiced in the entertainment department of Loeb and Loeb in Los Angeles. A native of Palo Alto, she graduated Order of the Coif from Stanford Law School and Phi Beta Kappa from Harvard University. She has advised clients such as Google, Napster, Creative Commons, Lucasfilm, Pixar, Bad Boy, and numerous start-ups and venture capitalists on intellectual property matters.
- Tex Parte is a daily blog from the award-winning editors and reporters of Texas Lawyer. It provides inside information on law firms, courts, in-house counsel and legal developments from across the state that readers won't find anywhere else. Contact editor in chief Colleen McGushin at firstname.lastname@example.org with stories, tips and suggestions.
- John Wallbillich writes about the role of the general counsel and corporate law from the inside out at Wired GC. John was general counsel for an energy company in the Midwest for over 12 years and a corporate lawyer (in-house and in private practice) before that. In late 2006, John launched Lexvista Partners, an Ann Arbor, Mich.-based legal advisory and development firm.
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