There is no question that blogging is fast becoming a hot trend among lawyers.
In an Oct. 7, 2005, article entitled “Opening Arguments, Endlessly,” The New York Times noted that although lawyers constitute only 1 percent of the population, a recent survey of 17,000 bloggers by a leading blog ad network found that 6.1 percent of bloggers are lawyers. Similarly, in December 2005, the Litigation Section of the American Bar Association asked its members for their take on the blogging phenomenon. The response: 57 percent of respondents read at least one blog on a regular basis, while 19 percent are already publishing their own blog (Note: The number of respondents to the ABA survey was not revealed).
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