Legal Blog Watch posted today about bloggers' resolutions for the New Year, and I'll confess I have one: stop trying to post daily. The fact is I'm no Scott Greenfield (less than 48 hours into 2008, the man has ten posts up, for heaven's sake), and if this project is going to remain fun, I have to slow it down.
But fear not: if I haven't posted lately and you're looking for timely, spirited, approachable, and sometimes funny material about courts and juries written by a lawyer named Anne, there's a new blog for you. Anne Skove, former editor of the National Center for State Courts' weekly Jur-E-Bulletin, is a blogger now, at Court-O-Rama, "the least dangerous blog." She and her co-blogger Tom Carlson explain simply: "It's a blog. About the courts. We hope you learn something new, and if you're not careful, you just might enjoy yourself."
If you subscribed to Anne's wonderful Jur-E-Bulletin, you'll join me in expecting great things here. If you didn't, you still should; the style and substance she brought to it are still there.
(Photo by Michel Verburg at http://www.flickr.com/photos/michelos/1015826394/; license details there.)