The California state bar's ethics committee has issued a finalized opinion about lawyers maintaining blogs outside their law office website. Such blogs will not be subject to regulation as attorney advertising as long as they do not "specifically invite the reader to retain the attorney's services or otherwise indicate the attorney's availability for professional employment." Lawyers are free to post informational and educational writing on legal and non-legal subjects and may identify themselves as an attorney and include contact information without being considered an advertising communication. Listing of cases and outcomes (i.e. number of wins) without commentary about the facts of the case would be considered misleading. If the blog is integrated into the law firm's website, it would be considered a communication subject to advertising regulation.