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November 17, 2006

In search of: French legal weblogs in English.

Law is the ultimate backstage pass. There are more students in law schools than there are lawyers walking the Earth.

--John Milton/Satan (L’Associé du Diable)

French blawgers: Dites-le en anglais, s'il vous plait. Because WAC?'s and other U.S. lawyers' French is rusty, and maybe dying. We all promise to get it back--but in recent years, the French language has waned as an international language. Tragically, English, German, Japanese and Chinese are becoming bigger deals. So does anyone know of French blawgs in English or with English translations? Are you out there--especially anything on French employment law?

Posted by JD Hull at November 17, 2006 08:59 PM


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