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June 24, 2004

Welcome visitors

Point of Law was officially opened to the public yesterday and has been drawing rave reviews and plenty of incoming links. So here's a welcome to visitors from Howard Bashman ("Be sure to drop by and take a look around"); Steve Bainbridge ("Looks like a blog to me ... and a darn good one"; MedPundit Sydney Smith and KevinMD, both linking to our Bob Herbert dissection; Martin Grace; Key Monk; Stop the Bleating; Kyndal, and (no surprise) Overlawyered; along with permalinks from Declarations and Exclusions, Legal Reader, and SynTym.

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