Legaleaglemhm in the Time Travel Edition of the UKBlawg Roundup #6


The Timeblawg UK Blawg Roundup #6

Travelling back and forwards in Time Brian Inkster presented this UK Blawg Round up and hey guess what ? I was delighted to mentioned in it not once, but twice.

“No fear I reckon of another soon to be Trainee Solicitor in Scotland not posting frequently about her journey. Yes… I am of course referring to Michelle Hynes, who will be better known to many of you Twegals (Legals who Tweet – with apologies to those who prefer to be known simply as Twitterers) as @legaleagleMHM. Michelle has been blogging about her journey through the Diploma in Legal Practice at the University of Glasgow. As her Tutor in BEFPA (Business, Ethics, Finance and Practice Awareness) I have featured in those posts from time to time. Michelle’s posts are frequent and astute. A recent post is Lawyers TOP TIPS on video blogging : Guest On-line video guy @Kevoneil. Michelle interviews (on video of course) Kev O’Neil from Moviecom.TV about the future of video blogging for lawyers. Expect to see video blogs from Michelle and other lawyers (me included) using the Moviecom.TV platform in the very near future.”

and later in the round up of Scotland’s 11 bloggers to watch in 2011 by Ian Nisbet of Govan Law Centre.

Looking at Blogging in the legal profession Brian presented a great over view of current legal blogs and outlined some of blogs we should all have a look at.

Have a read at the FULL TIME TRAVEL edition of The full Uk Blawg Roundup #6 here.

Well done to Brain Inkster and thanks for my mentions.
Michelle Hynes
legaleaglemhm

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