Happy Birthday, BCPB

June 14, 2016 § 16 Comments

Well, it’s been 6 years since I started this endeavor. June 14, 2010, was the date of inception.

When I started I intended it as a tool for lawyers in this district. I soon learned, however, that lawyers in the surrounding areas were using it. Then I heard from lawyers in far-flung parts of the state. And then I found out that judges were using it. The positive feedback I have gotten has kept me going.

Since we started, there have been 1,617 posts. The most-viewed ever was on April 21, 2015, with 1,509 views. Week in and week out, the most popular day and hour is Tuesday at 9:00, a.m.

Most remarkably, there have been 3,466 comments. Thanks to all of you who take the time to comment. I really enjoy your input, feedback, and humor. And, yes, I like to be set straight when I am off the mark.

I look forward to another year. And I look forward to hearing from you.

§ 16 Responses to Happy Birthday, BCPB

  • Judge Doleac says:

    Chancellor Primeaux – we appreciate your

    Time and talent and in depth analysis.

    Congratulations on 6 years and THANKS!

    Ron Doleac

  • Jane Tucker says:

    People looking to hire a lawyer for a chancery case would be well-advised to see which lawyers follow this blog. It is just too valuable to be ignored.

  • Eddie Fenwick says:

    Keep up the good work!

  • yazoobarton says:

    Thank you. And I especially appreciate your extracurricular postings and common sense remarks.

  • Vicki Childers says:

    I read your blog everyday. As a legal secretary, it helps me keep up with new law and forms and how to use them. I appreciate your extra work so much.

  • Ed says:

    Thanks for your dedication. I believe most trial lawyers in this state are dedicated to reading your blog.

    Please don’t stop

  • Ignatius says:

    Happy Anniversary, Your Honor!

    Thank you for doing what you do. Your insight is an invaluable tool to those of us with chancery practices.

  • Deenie Glass says:

    I read your blog every single day. It’s the first thing I check when I get to the office in the morning! Thank you, thank you , thank you!

    Best,
    Deenie Glass
    Paralegal and Court Administrator to
    Senior Status Judge James D. Bell

  • Robert Van Uden says:

    Thank you for doing this. This is an excellent resource and has served to remind me of things that through the passage of time I have forgotten about.

    Robert Van Uden
    Stubblefield & Yelverton, PLLC

  • Haidee Sheffield says:

    Happy Birthday!! I love your blog and continue to learn something new everyday! Thank you.

  • lqlq says:

    Judge, this has been a huge endeavor, I know, but now you are a Mississippi Bar institution. Thanks for your faithfulness.

    • This blog is one of the best resources to Chancery practitioners I have found. Nowhere else is such a variety of information available at one’s fingertips.

      I first found the blog when I was a 3L at MC. I had several professors speak of it. Since then I have used it many times and have heard it referenced and recommended in at least ten CLE classes, the most recent being last Friday by another Chancellor at a guardianship/conservatorship CLE in Jackson.

      Judge Primeaux, your dedication to the efficient practice of law deserves a very sincere thank you. Thank you!

  • Amery Moore says:

    Thank you for your blog! It helps me daily. I appreciate your insight.

  • Elizabeth says:

    Thank you for your dedication to the law community and Happy Birthday BCPB

  • Louis Walker says:

    I want to express my gratitude. I graduated law school in May 2012, and have been on my own most of the time since. BCPB is the starting point for my research on most MS chancery issues. The cases you cite always seem to lead me to the answers I need, and the checklists are invaluable to a new attorney. Again…Thank you.

    • rbj08521 says:

      All of the legal secretaries, legal assistants and paralegals read and use your blog as well. The information is “gold.” This is what we rely upon to know what to do and how to do it.

      Nina Gossman
      From Robert J. Bresnahan, P.A.

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