The ABA Journal is once again preparing its annual list of the 100 best legal blogs. At present, the publication is soliciting nominations from its readers for blawgs to add to this year’s list. Accordingly, we humbly request that you nominate us for the honor.
Note: The deadline to do so is August 9, 2013.
The ABA Journal is not just looking for the name of your favorite blog. They’d like you to offer a few lines about why that particular blog is your favorite. What has the blog done in the past calendar year to earn your favor? Why is it that you enjoy reading that blog? Is it, say, a regular feature, its editorial tone of voice, a particularly impressive series of posts, or just the subject matter itself which intrigues you?
Allow us to do a bit of electioneering. Throughout the year, we have continued to bring you news on the latest product liability litigation and jurisprudence, each business day, as we have since January 2010.
So, if you like us, please feel free to nominate us for the ABA Journal’s list.
There are many great legal blogs out there, and we hope that even if we are not your favorite that you will still participate in this process and nominate your favorite blog. We here at Abnormal Use – who are prohibited by the rules from nominating ourselves – would probably be too bashful to vote for our own site, anyway. Whatever the case, some of us here have already nominated a few of our favorite blogs for inclusion onto the list (including some blogs which we read and enjoy but with which we disagree regularly).
You can complete the very brief nomination form here. It will only take you a few moments.