Lines on the Departure of Carolyn Elefant from Legal Blog Watch

If Carolyn Elefant were a UK blogger, her farewell from Legal Blog Watch might have merited a Private Eye poem by the infamous E. J. Thribb. Eye addicts delight in the teenage Thribb’s ‘In Memoriam’ poems, but they are not always penned with the recently deceased in mind. And so, without further ado, here is Swordplay’s lament for the estimable Ms Elefant, who confesses that, after three and a half years of prolific law blogging, she has run out of steam.

So.

Farewell then

Carolyn Elefant.


You opined incisively

About The Law

But now your blawg

Is no more.


They say an elephant never forgets

But what relevance this has to you

Escapes me.


All I know is that

If you’re half as good at law

As you were at blogging

You’ll be quids in.


By E. J. Blade (age 97)

Posted in Communication, Legal Business
2 comments on “Lines on the Departure of Carolyn Elefant from Legal Blog Watch
  1. Thank you so much for my own personal poem! I didn’t know that you read my posts, so thank you.

    Carolyn

  2. Thank you so much for my own personal poem! I didn’t know that you read my posts, so thank you.

    Carolyn

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