The May 2008 issue of California Lawyer has a cover story called "The Search for Intelligent Life in the Blogosphere: A survival guide to legal blogs and blogging." The article mentions a number of California law blogs, including May it Please the Court by J. Craig Williams, Bag and Baggage by Denise Howell, and the California Biotech Law Blog by Kristie Prinz. It also discusses the history of law blogs, the benefits of blogging for lawyers (and readers), and offers "7 Tips for Successful Blogging."
I owe a particular debt of gratitude to Craig for mentioning my blog to the reporter who wrote the article:
For instance, if Williams needs an update on developments in California's Unfair Competition Law (Bus. & Prof. Code §§ 17200-17209), he goes straight to The UCL Practitioner (www.uclpractitioner.com). "I look there if I need to know the latest in the law," Williams says of the blog written by Kimberly A. Kralowec, a partner at Schubert & Reed in San Francisco. "I can count on Kimberly for that."
Craig has a new book coming out next month, How to Get Sued: An Instructional Guide, which I am looking forward to reading and hope to be able to review here.