Report #15: podcast with Alex Aldridge, Editor of Legal Cheek

Posted: December 13, 2012 in Charon Tour, Reports

Tour Report 15: podcast with Alex Aldridge, Editor of Legal Cheek

Today, at the offices of Kysen PR in Covent Garden, London I talk with Alex Aldridge, editor of Legal Cheek, about his serious yet irreverent online ‘legal tabloid’ Legal Cheek and the role of law bloggers in observing the state of the legal nation.

Listen to the podcast

iTunes version of the podcast


  1. Bruno says:

    That’s really thniknig at an impressive level

  2. [...] This podcast is also available on iTunes and the Charon QC UK Van Rouge Law Tour website. [...]

    • Lens says:

      Wow that’s deep. I love reading hroorr novels, but my favorites are mysteries. I like Hour Game by David Baldacci. I never stopped guessing with this book. Trust me when you read this book you won’t be able to guess who the killer is, and the predicaments the agents get into are riveting. Of course hroorrs are full of non stop action pack as well. I guess I never miss an opportunity to tell someone about this book. Let me know how The Keep turns out. Not the ending just your overall opinion about the book.

    • Vuonquocgia says:

      I am so grateful to you, Patty, for wriitng this series (and perservering!). I am looking forward to what you have to say about the witness this is a very important piece of the bullying puzzle. I work most on this piece w/ my kids I think it’s the most imporant piece. The reason most bullies get away with what they do is that someone (maybe even the bully’s best friend) is too afraid to speak up and risk being bullied or outcast herself.

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