New law blog launched by MJM
Local law firm MJM Limited has launched its own blog focusing on emerging legal issues in Bermuda.
Named the Bermuda Law Blog, the online site features information and commentary on trends and topics relevant to the Island, including policy developments, cases, legislative changes and posts of general legal interest.
Authored by MJM attorneys and managers with a wide range of experience and expertise, the blog will offer insight into Bermuda’s legal world on issues such as telecommunications reform and the scrapping of the work permit term-limit policy.
“We hope that visitors to our blog find it engaging, informative and useful,” Andrew Martin, director at MJM explained. “Blogging offers a terrific opportunity to extend the value and scope of our legal experience to our clients and legal colleagues in areas of current interest. Blog posts create a user friendly expression of ideas and information across the spectrum of work we do and give us an opportunity to demonstrate a high level of competence in our core areas of practice, as well as provide practical and informative guidance which we hope our clients and the wider legal community will find of interest.”
Hil de Frias, director at MJM Limited added: “The Bermuda Law Blog is a wonderful complement to the firm’s practice areas. It’s an excellent platform for informing and communicating with people both locally and internationally in an accessible way.”
The blog, www.bermudalawblog.bm, has been written for information purposes only and is not legal advice. Please contact MJM Limited if you require advice on matters covered in the blog posts.
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