For many lawyers, blogs have become a popular marketing tool to catapult their firms’ names into the World Wide Web. For others, they have become a convenient mechanism for discussing an array of topics from feminism to federalism.

And while many blogs lie somewhere between unabashed advertising and pure political speech, the amorphous quality of these online logs is creating uneasiness about their ethical implications.

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