Well over in Seattle we’ve had a bizarrely warm week, though possibly not even the nation’s warmest. Unfortunately (or, depending on your level of Seattleite, very fortunately) the rain will be back this weekend. But before we go bundle up for it, let’s review the new and exciting blogs hitting the network this week:
- Think Tank of Three was created by Emily Feeny, business development manager at Wyatt, Tarrant and Combs, LLP; Julie Holton, marketing director at Fraser Trebilcock; and LexBlog’s own Audrea Fink. After they met at LMA and became fast friends, they decided to start a blog exploring their different perspectives and ideas around legal marketing.
- Also joining LXBN this week is the cleverly titled Not Safe For Work blog, from the crew at Kelley, Drye, & Warren. For all things focused insight and analysis on occupational health and safety, look no further than the Not Safe For Work blog (and don’t worry, it’s safe for work internet).
- From the team at Jones Walker we’ve got the Disaster Prep & Recovery blog, dedicated to providing timely insights and updates on recent local, state and federal developments focused on assisting individuals and companies impacted by a disaster. This is exactly the type of blog that’s perennially evergreen and perfect for carving out a niche.
- And last but definitely not least we have Baker Hostetler‘s disputes.global blog. Focused on a number of international high stakes—including litigation, arbitration, and more—this brings the firm’s total blog count to a prodigious 16.