Reviewing the Situation

25 Feb

Difficilior est non bloggere, as an ancient writer almost observed.

We had been reflecting during the marking season on the purpose of this blog. On the one hand, it is very nice for (Prof) Gavin Phillipson of the University of Durham and Adam Wagner of 1 Crown Office Row to pass by and offer comments – which we gratefully receive. Thankyou to them and to all our commenteers. On the other hand, this blog is not – in the nicest possible way – for these luminaries’ benefit. It is meant to be for a Law student audience – probably undergraduates, probably studying in a UK or otherwise common law / Westminster-influenced jurisdiction.

So we will try to re-focus more specifically on what may reasonably be of interest to them. All visitors will always remain welcome, and we hope never to need to reject a comment, but it seems only fair to flag up that re-concentration of focus here and now. We will continue to encourage our readers to read other relevant blogs, but we may be more wary of offering direct links to specific items.

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