1,000

October 15, 2018 § 9 Comments

Last week the number of persons following this blog hit 1,000.

Thanks to all of you faithful readers. I hope this is making a difference for you.

 

§ 9 Responses to 1,000

  • Owen McNally says:

    Your blog has been a tremendous resource. Thank you!

  • kennebunklegal says:

    This blog has meant a lot to me, if for no other reason than if makes teaching students about chancery court proceedings a lot easier. In that sense it has meant a lot not just to me, but all the students I have taught! (I’m giving them all the benefit on the doubt on the question of whether they were paying attention.)

  • John H. (Zeke) Downey says:

    Judge, my extremely capable secretary who used to work for a very intelligent lawyer returned to me after her former employer retired, and she told me I would get a lot out of your blog, and she was right. I find myself printing out some of your comments and sticking them in appropriate files. Debbie Allen doesn’t need to do this because she already knows plenty about chancery practice.

  • fsspringer says:

    That is quite a mark! Besides the interesting new posts, this is one of the first places I go to research a chancery matter. It’s been a great head start into almost every issue I’ve had. Thank you for maintaining and adding to a great database!

  • Michael C Barefield says:

    Judge, I don’t read them every day, but when I do they are most always useful and helpful. Thank you.

  • Barbara Windham Johnson says:

    I’m a paralegal with a law firm in Booneville, MS and your blog has made a world of difference!

  • Adrienne Parker says:

    It’s a wonderful blog. It helps so much. Please keep posting! We all appreciate you and your staff.

  • Debra Allen says:

    Yes, your Honor, it does make a difference. Thank you for your efforts, your humor and your opinions.

  • Dave Pumford says:

    Thank you!

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