1 Crown Office Row’s UK Human Rights Blog and Adam Wagner have been featured in The Times today in a feature about the rise of legal blogging.
Jonathan Ames has written a feature in The Times Student Law supplement about the impact and value of legal bloggers.
1COR’s Adam Wagner is cited in a list of the 10 key legal bloggers for would be lawyers to have on their radar. The UK Human Rights Blog, how with a subscriber base of over 20,000, was founded by Adam Wagner, who then went on to set up Rights Info as well as working by day as a barrister based at 1COR.
The UKHRB’s current commissioning editors are Hannah Noyce and Michael Deacon, and submissions are regularly posted by David Hart QC, Rosalind English, Jim Duffy and Dominic Ruck Keene. The editors are always interested in provocative submissions from students and lawyers so do get in touch if you have ideas for articles.
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