18 May 2010

As Blawg Review is my witness, I'll never be hungry again.

Irish attorney Rossa McMahon hosts this week's Blawg Review #264 at his A Clatter in the Law blog. His post commemorates the Irish famine of the late 1840s, which resulted in not only the deaths of a million Irish, but also the emigration of a million more from Ireland. As McMahon writes, "The Great Famine looms large in Irish history." Highlights of his Blawg Review include efforts to draft a new Irish constitution, the lack of transparency in Ireland's and America's judiciaries, and reminders that the innocent have something to fear.

Marty Schwimmer will host next week's edition of the carnival of legal blogging at his now-eight-years-old The Trademark Blog.

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