TechnoLawyer, the popular online network for lawyers and law office administrators, today launched BlawgWorld 2007 with TechnoLawyer Problem/Solution Guide, a free eBook. From TechnoLawyer's press release:
BlawgWorld 2007 features a remarkable collection of essays from the legal blogosphere and the 2007 TechnoLawyer Problem/Solution Guide offers a new way for law firms to find answers to management and technology questions.
BlawgWorld 2007 enables lawyers to find legal blogs of interest fast. More than 120,000 blogs launch every day, many of them in the legal sector. Lawyers clearly do not have the time to read every legal blog (blawg). But many blawgs contain excellent content pertaining to their practice of law.
The first edition of BlawgWorld, released in November 2005, was downloaded more than 45,000 times. The second edition is expected to have an even larger audience because of its wider distribution. “BlawgWorld 2006 was excellent so I’m looking forward to reading the 2007 edition,” said Joshua Stein, a partner at Latham & Watkins.
Fifty percent larger than its predecessor, BlawgWorld 2007 contains thought-provoking essays from 77 of the most influential blawgs. Handpicked by each respective blogger, the essays provide a window into their blawgs, making it easy for lawyers to figure out which ones merit their personal ongoing attention.
“We’re fans of any vehicle that exposes legal blogs to a new audience,” said David Lat, editor of Above The Law, which quickly has become one of the most popular blawgs since launching in 2006. “BlawgWorld is especially appealing thanks to its viral distribution.”
I'm excited that my blog was selected to be part of BlawgWorld 2007. Download the eBook here.