Purely administrative stuff here, folks.
In 1979’s The Jerk, Steve Martin’s character, Navin Johnson, sees his name in the phone book for the first time and exclaims, “This is the kind of publicity that gets people noticed!”
Well, that’s what they say today about Technorati and blogs. So here’s my post for the Technorati spiders to claim my blog and send me on the way to internet fame . . .
Here we go! Hold on!
Greg May, presiding.
Welcome to my blog. I suggest you start by reading this post, then reading the “about” boxes in the left column, then clicking on the “About Greg May and G. T. May Law Offices” link at the top right of this page.
The areas I intend to cover in this blog are:
1. Substantive legal developments in the California Courts of Appeal, California Supreme Court, and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.
2. Procedural law relating to the prosecution of appeals, writ petitions, and post-trial motions in state and federal courts in California.
3. Practical skills essential to appellate practice.
Of course, the blog may develop as we go along. Don’t be surprised to see commentary on ethics or anything else that catches my attention, so long as it is relevant to appellate practice.
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