Bag and Baggage

Ecker, Keith
March 2007
InsideCounsel;Mar2007, Vol. 17 Issue 184, p14
Trade Publication
The author comments on the popular legal blog entitled "Bag and Baggage," authored by lawyer Denise Howell. He notes that Howell coined the word "blawg," a commonly used word to describe legal blogs. He emphasizes that Howell usually writes about the challenges and joys of motherhood. He stresses that Howell posts her blogs several times a week and updates her archive of legal blog links.


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