This is the annual post, where in the words of Colin McEnroe, I congratulate my blog for staying upright for another year.
I’ll be writing about legal issues, the practice of law, Connecticut legal stories and really anything law related that interests me enough to write about it.
Much has changed since 2007. There are 819 posts on this site. It has over 500,000 unique views. It has undergone 5 makeovers. Posts on this site have resulted in a CT Supreme Court decision, legislation, and changes to ethical rules for attorneys. In 2010, the ABA Journal named this one of the best 100 law blogs.
A year ago, I wrote:
I’m looking forward to 2012. Through this site, I’ve realized that I really enjoy writing about the legislative process. In addition to it being interesting, our legislature gives me lots to write about.
What interested me in 2012 was starting a law firm. One of the core values of Freed McKeen is transparency. To that end we have open office space. We showed our struggles in building an office on this site. Our dirty floors, bowling pins, and crushed cement were point on display for the world to see.
In 2012, Meghan joined me on this blog. Meghan is remarkable in many ways. One of those ways is she is a remarkable blogger. Her posts are well written, insightful, and entertaining.
I have no idea what 2013 holds in store for me or this site. We’ve re-upped the domain and will continue publishing. We’ll continue to take you along for the ride as we explore “anything Connecticut law related that interests us enough to write about it.”
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Thank you for reading.