8 Years and Counting

June 13, 2018 § 15 Comments

Tomorrow this blog will be 8 years old.

I don’t think when I started out that I thought it would still be around that much later, but here we are, and with 950+ followers to boot. This is the 2,019th post.

I hope you are getting something worthwhile out of this. I am still enjoying it, so you will have to put up with me a while longer.

 

§ 15 Responses to 8 Years and Counting

  • Beth Clements says:

    Judge Primeaux,

    Congratulations on hitting the 8 year mark on your blog. It is my go-to when I need an explanation of a statute or help understanding the “why” of so many of the Chancery Court processes.

    Your blog has provided me with a ton of relevant case law and great points that have assisted me in legal research. Thanks for helping me to further support the attorneys I assist, in such an easy to follow way.

  • rondoleac@co.forrest.ms.us says:

    Learned Chancellor Primeaux –

    Happy 8th Birthday and thanks a billion!

    Ron Doleac

  • Patricia Peterson Smith says:

    Congratulations and please continue teaching us how to be better attorneys.

  • randywallace says:

    Congrats and thank you for your efforts! Your blog is a great resource and the one that I usually start with when confronted with a Chancery issue.

  • fsspringer says:

    Happy Birthday to The Better Chancery Practice Blog, and congratulations on hitting this milestone!
    I agree with all that this is a supreme source for information. Thanks, again, Judge Primeaux for your dedication to helping make our practice better!

  • John H. (Zeke) Downey says:

    It’s interesting that a couple of the lawyers who have responded favorably to your blog are known to me to be extremely capable. My current secretary, who is the best and, while taking a 25 year break from working for me, worked for a (maybe I should say “another”) great lawyer, turned me onto your blog and told me I would get a lot out of it. I don’t pass it up now. In a way, it reminds me of the teachings of Judge George William Haynes, a long dead and missed Hinds County Chancellor who taught Chancery Practice at Jackson School of Law. As a very intelligent man in the courtroom every day, Haynes saw all the common mistakes, like failing to put a no collusion affidavit on a bill for divorce or getting a waiver of process signed before suit was filed, and he turned out a bunch of night school students who knew some things which were missed by Yale or Harvard grads. Do keep it up.

  • Michele Biegel says:

    It is worthwhile. Please continue!

  • Winn says:

    Thank you. Your efforts are much appreciated!

  • halliebridges says:

    Thank you so much for your efforts. Your blog helps me tremendously.

  • Jak Smith says:

    Judge: please keep this invaluable blog going!! You do not know how much we family law practitioners appreciate all your effort and depend on your insights(and your humor). Jak Smith

  • Nina says:

    Daily CLE for attorneys and an unmeasurable help to secretaries and legal assistants.

  • Edwin Bean says:

    Thanks Judge Primeaux for your hard work and insight into the world of chancery court practice in Mississippi!!

  • Robin White says:

    Keep writing, please. There are three essential Mississippi family law practice aids. The Debbie Bell book and seminar and the Primeaux blog.

  • Bill Ready says:

    Keep it going Judge. It is a great benefit!

  • Susan says:

    Thank you. Hoping you will continue for at least another 8 years.

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