Weblogs -"blawgs" as they are known in legal circles - are the latest trend in legal communication. Blawgs are essentially online diaries or journals allowing readers to be quickly informed of changes and developments in the law. They have the advantage of being easier and cheaper to maintain than most websites and can therefore be updated on a daily even hourly basis. Blawgs are ideal for the information-intensive, increasingly specialized legal profession. Unlike standard websites, blawgs allow their creators to be more informal and to indulge in their own sense of style and humour.
Bahrij, John and Coutinho, Gillian
"Weblogs for lawyers,"
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