For the seventh year, the ABA Journal is compiling a list of the Top 100 Law Blogs, which they call “Blawgs.” Given the glut—probably thousands—of law-related blogs online, landing a spot in this Top 100 is quite an honor, and the resulting list is a great guide (see the 2012 list here). How does the ABA Journal pick these 100 blawgs to highlight? It begins with nominations by readers like you. You can nominate one or more favorite law blogs through this link before the Aug. 9 deadline.
To guard against self-promotion, the ABA Journal discourages self-nominations or nominations from PR types. Since I can’t and wouldn’t nominate this blog, which blogs would I recommend? They are listed below; those with an asterisk indicate the blog made it on the 2012 Top 100 list. Following my list are some IP-oriented recommendations from my colleague here at Cogent, attorney Michael Kelleher. (more…)