I received the following letter from the ABA Journal along with a request to send it along to our readers. I urge all of you to contribute to the Blawg 100 conversation.
As proprietor of one of the more than 2,500 blawgs in the ABA Journal’s online directory, we thought you’d want to know that our annual Blawg 100 list was published today.
Now the real fun begins. We’ve invited our readers to vote for their favorite blogs from among the top 100 in each of 10 categories. Voting ends December 31. Winners will be featured in the February issue of the Journal.
Every year, the list has occasioned great debate about the state of the blawgosphere, terrific legal blogs that didn’t make the list, and how lawyers can benefit from the news and analysis being produced online every day by their colleagues nationwide. Indeed, the debate that occurs on blawgs like yours has done as much to promote the legal profession’s engagement with new media as the Blawg 100 list itself.
So we invite you to point your readers to the Blawg 100 and continue contributing to that conversation.
Thank you for the news and analysis you provide the legal community on your blog.
–Ed ________________________________ Edward A. Adams Editor and Publisher ABA Journal www.ABAJournal.com