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MIPTC Announces Its Affiliation with the Law.com Blog Network

You're among the first to know. You may have noticed some changes going on here lately, and today, one big change over there to the right.

What's it all about?

May It Please The Court is honored to announce that Law.com has chosen it as one of seven legal blogs to be regularly featured in the groundbreaking Law.com Blog Network. Law.com is the internet's leading legal news and information network and the flagship website of American Lawyer Media, which publishes more than 20 award-winning national and regional legal publications, including The National Law Journal. The Law.com Blog Network is nationally and internationally syndicated to over 40 million readers.

Formal announcements will be made to legal bloggers and mainstream press on Monday. Meanwhile, poke around the Blog Network. It may not be completely operational until later today (we're in "soft launch" mode), but it should up and running in full by Monday. Oh yes, please feel free to poke around the WLF website too, and view our brand new Introduction, flash presentation about the Firm.

You can also welcome to the Network Professor Volokh, Matthew Homann, Carolyn Elefant, Bill Heinze, Michael Fox and Michael Cernovich.

Plus, Law.com will be featuring a Legal Blog Watch written daily by Lisa Stone, a journalist and blogger whose work has appeared in The New York Times and the Los Angeles Times.

Now you may ask, how is this change going to affect MIPTC? Not at all. Rest assured that Law.com and its parent, American Lawyer Media, have vested complete editorial control in me for writing MIPTC, and in each of the other legal blawgers on the Network.

Has MIPTC sold out? Kind of. At least now I'm getting paid. To be sure, though, MIPTC will be just as tongue-in-cheek as it always has been.

If you have any doubt, check out the post immediately below and today's Quote of the Day.

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