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March 04, 2005

Robert Ambrogi's Law Sites

We've been remiss in noting an extremely kind review we got last month from Robert Ambrogi, well known in the blawg world as author of the book The Essential Guide to the Best (and Worst) Legal Sites on the Web and who also writes a blog on media law. Another of his blogs heralds new websites on law and very generously recommends us as follows:

"If you like Web logs with a distinct point of view, then check out Sponsored by the Manhattan Institute and edited by the person who also brings you, the point of view here is decidedly anti-ATLA. As an unabashed believer that tort lawyers wear white hats, I find much here to disagree with. But, disagree though I may, I know a thoughtful, thorough and well-executed blog when I see it, and this is one.....

That kind of compliment is actually much more gratifying than most of those we get from confirmed co-thinkers. Read the whole thing here.

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