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Last week, I spoke in Chicago at a lawyers-and-weblogs conference called BlawgThink 2005. The conference was organized by lawyers Dennis Kennedy and Matt Homann.
At Legal Underground, I wrote in more detail about BlawgThink 2005 and linked to some posts by other weblog writers. If you're interested in learning more about the goings-on, you can start there.
November 14, 2005 in Weblogs | Permalink
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