Eric Turkewitz invites the legal blogosphere over for Thanksgiving dinner, and Blawg Review #188.
It's not just a blog carnival; it's the law! ~ a fool in the forest
In Celebration of the 200th Anniversary of Charles Darwin's Birth and today's Anniversary of The Origin of Species, we recommend Joshua Fruchter's Blawg Review #187 and, for those who are looking for a mini-sabbatical in the middle of this economic downturn, Stanford Alumni's Voyage of the Beagle by Private Jet, A Unique Adventure Inspired by Charles Darwin's Legendary Around-the-World Expedition -- from $59,950. Priceless.
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British law bloggers have been all atwitter since news leaked that the anonymous editor of Blawg Review might make his way to England for a first chance to get together with Ruthie, Geeklawyer, CharonQC, Justin Patten, Tim Kevan, and Daithí Mac Síthigh.