Blawg Review

It's not just a blog carnival; it's the law! ~ a fool in the forest

Colors of Carnival

New Orleans attorney Raymond Ward hosts Blawg Review #90 with a theme the Baby Jesus would love -- everything from religious aspects of carnival to king cakes -- arranging his favorite law blog posts this week according to the colors of carnival:
purple (representing justice), green (representing faith), and gold (representing power — and of course, gold). Justice, power, and gold should dovetail nicely with lawyers' blog writings, I thought. (Faith I'll work in somehow.) So that's the theme, folks: purple, green, and gold; or justice, faith, and power.
The prescient Dan Hull anticipated a wonderful Blawg Review this week, calling Minor Wisdom by the Big Easy's Ray Ward, "my personal all-time favorite blog by a human," adding:
What a start to 2007! The mysterious Mr. Ed. and Ray Ward back to back: like James Brown at the Apollo followed by Wilson Pickett--or maybe Dr. John the Night Tripper--the next week. We start 2007 on the good foot and the gris gris.
If you're new to Blawg Review, check out what Ray Ward has put together this week and come back here every Monday to see where the blog carnival has moved on to. It's not always a carnival theme, but it's always a good time.

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