Abnormal Use Named By ABA Journal To Blawg 100 For The Fourth Year In A Row

What a day! We here at Abnormal Use are pleased and honored to announce that we have been once again been named to the ABA Journal‘s Blawg 100, the annual list of the best of the blawgosphere. This is now the fourth year in a row we have been named to the list, and we couldn’t be more pleased to receive the honor.

Certainly, wee must thank our firm, Gallivan, White, & Boyd, P.A. for its continuing support. We’ve been doing this blogging thing since January 2010, and without the institutional support of our law firm, we simply could not do the things we do here.  But the real heroes are our regular contributors: Rob Green, Nick Farr, and Frances Zacher (along with occasional contributors Mills Gallivan, Stuart Mauney, Chris Kelly, Kyle White, Sally Bowman, and Tom Vanderbloemen). Without their tireless efforts, and their wit, we would not be the blog we are today.

Of course, we must also thank you, our dear readers. Thank you again for all of your support this past year (and the three years before that, as well). We remain humbled.

We’ve got just one more favor to ask. After announcing the final 100 blawgs, the ABA Journal is now asking its readers to vote for their favorites of the final 100 in 13 substantive categories. Our blog is included in the Torts category, and we ask that you register at the ABA Journal‘s site and cast a vote for us here.

It just takes a brief moment, and we’d be forever in your debt.

As 2014 approaches, we’ll be continuing onward here and we hope to bring you some special things in the new year. Stay tuned!