100th Post - Thank You Readers!
On average, this blogs receives 75 daily page views. Sometimes, readers are motivated to comment. The comments tendered often provide a fresh look at the subject from a completely different point of view. They also provide insight into how we've treated a subject.
We value your comments. Please keep them coming.
Interestingly, in our two-year history of 100-posts, the one about Cooley Law School's sponsorship of the former Oldsmobile Stadium received the most comment from readers. Although posted back in February, we still receive the occasional comment on that post.
This blog first posted on March 30, 2009. The topic was a Michigan Court of Appeals decision to address a parenting dispute between a lesbian couple. Since then, the blog has featured many posts on the same-sex marriage issue. Other recurring themes have included the Michigan Medical Marijuana Act, decisions of import (in our opinion) from the Michigan Supreme Court and SCOTUS, the Second Amendment, the Fourth Amendment's search and seizure case law over the past two years, family law issues, and many other topics we hope that you find useful, or at least interesting.
In the posts, which we try to keep relatively brief but of a varying length, we link to original documentation whenever possible. Also, we make every effort to get out at least two posts each week; three posts if possible. Some of your comments have expressed approval of this model.
There are a sea of blogs out there on every topic imaginable; particularly legal topics. We hope that the fleeting time you have to spend checking your various news feeds throughout the day is worthwhile when you alight upon our blog.
With the lighting-fast pace of developments on the Internet, -newsfeeds, social media, aggregated search tools, mirco-blogs- some of the pundits now wonder if blogs have been relegated to the "old school". Not so, says one of the premire law bloggers, Kevin O'Keefe. His recent post emphasizes the importance and value of a good law blog.
Most law students and legal professionals now keep current with developments via subscriptions to various law blogs.
As always, if you have any suggestions or comments, we welcome you to post your ideas to this blog, or by contacting us electronically.
Above all, thanks again for taking a moment to read our posts. Without you, the reader, this blog is nothing.
For our part, we aim to keep the fresh, relevant legal content posted to this blog.