I can't claim all the credit for this bit of buzz-creation, but through a back channel I was put in touch with Sara Rimer, a reporter for the New York Times who is very intrigued by the Anonymous Lawyer weblog and wants to do a story about it. She asked me if I could put her in touch with others who would talk to her, so with her permission I'm going to try to accomplish that goal with this post.
If you fit the following criteria, please send Sara Rimer an e-mail today or tomorrow: (a) you're a lawyer or law student who reads Anonymous Lawyer; (b) you have an opinion about the weblog; and (c) you are willing to talk to Sara using your real name. She's especially interested in talking to anyone who has left comments on Anonymous Lawyer, but she still wants to talk to you if you haven't. Just mention this post and the Anonymous Lawyer in your e-mail and you'll be all set--and you might be quoted in the New York Times.
Sara's e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meanwhile, thanks to these webloggers who followed up on my post yesterday about Anonymous Lawyer with thoughts both pro and con:
- Mackenzie's Weblog
- Preaching to the Perverted
- The Electric Commentary (Paul Noonan)
- Stay of Execution
- Al Nye The Lawyer Guy
- The Neutral Zone Trap
- Barely Legal Substance
- Running with Lawyers
- Soupie's BBQ and Daycare
Thanks also to all those who commented on this weblog.
UPDATE: Other posts from Discourse.net, Jeremy Richey's Blawg, Will Work for Favorable Dicta, Ex Mea Sententia, Neo Tokyo Times, Buffs Law, RiskProf, and Three Years of Hell to Become the Devil. And more from RawLaw.