Blawg Review : Why afraid to disclose identity?

There’s a blog by the name of Blawg Review (for non lawyers, blawg is a ‘special name’ some lawyers require people to call their blogs). The blog has archived some excellent summaries on legal blogs while at the same time editorialized on subjects relating to lawyer blogs. Now the ‘editor of the blawg review’, refusing to disclose their identity, emails people, asking questions, presumably for the purpose of further postings.

I don’t know about you guys but when I get emails asking me to respond with information, I like to know who’s asking. I’d also like to think a lawyer, assuming that’s who they are, who has an opinion, isn’t afraid to stand up behind the opinion and say it’s mine.

What’s the fear in this case?

Kevin O'Keefe
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