I’m not sure why I didn’t know of it sooner, but I recently discovered the International Litigation Blog, and I want to recommend it to readers. It’s edited by Quentin Declève, a Brussels lawyer in private practice. Quentin has recently recruited a group of contributors who will be writing regularly from both sides of the Atlantic.
Discovering new blogs like this makes me think of the old-fashioned “blogroll,” a list of blogs that folks would put on their own websites to help readers find other interesting sites. The blogroll seems mostly to have vanished—I took mine down a long time ago—but maybe I will revive the idea on Letters Blogatory in some way.