Hello world. I wanted to slip in a shameless plug for Legal Frontiers, McGill University Faculty of Law's international law blog (I suppose "blawg" was a flash-in-the-pan elitist distinction that has faded).
Legal Frontiers deals with an impressive breadth of international law issues through thoughtful, well-written, and informative posts by some of the most energetic Canadian legal minds.
On exchange for this semester, I have the honor and privilege to contribute to Legal Frontiers as a Senior Contributor. If you are not sick of my other Abbott posts, I have posted here on Legal Frontiers today on the case. In my next post on Legal Frontiers, I will address the 1996 Hague Family Jurisdiction and Enforcement Convention--a document whose future impact may prove significant.