In another lifetime, when I was a legal reporter, I remember getting a slightly queasy feeling in my stomach when I noticed legal blogs sprouting wildly 15 years ago. While some were dry, others were lively and engaging. I saw the future and it was filled with more competition.

Instead of me quoting or paraphrasing a lawyer about some clever take on a recent court decision, that same lawyer could write it herself. She didn’t need me, I thought. I was doomed.

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