September 27, 2014
Well after more than 4 interesting years the time has come for me to move on and as of today LawBlogOne will cease to be updated.
It has been nearly a year since my last post and though I remain interested in all of the issues that I have previously written about I have found that through a number of reasons, work and personal (nothing bad!) plus broadening interests I just don’t have enough time to devote to the blog as it may warrant.
As such while this version of LawBlogOne will continue to reside in cyberspace for a brief time I will no longer be writing specifically for it. All previous posts have now been archived and the ability to comment has been suspended.
But…. I am continuing to write on other things, not all of them factual. I am for example in the process of writing my first book(s) (The main reason why LawBlogOne has seen no contributions over the last year!) and I will in the near future be launching a new online outlet for my work which when ready will include LawBlogOne, resurrected in its entirety and active alongside my other work.
In the meantime I am preparing a single archive publication of all works from LawBlogOne which will be released and made available for download as an eBook here as soon as it is ready.
If you have any queries or wish to discuss anything regarding my work past, present or future please contact me through Twitter until the new site is up and ready to go.
Lastly I would like to thank everyone who has read or contributed to LawBlogOne over the years. While not the busiest of blogs out there traffic wise, through the power of the internet LawBlogOne has proudly seen well over 20,000 readers in its community during 4 years of life, amazingly from virtually every nation of the world. I have enjoyed maintaining and writing for it during that time. Without you none of this would have been possible.
See you somewhere down the road.
Mike Farrell-Deveau – Saturday 27th September 2014.