Best of the Law Blogs, Part 2
While this marks the third year Dennis Kennedy has doled out his Blawggie awards (as reported in an earlier post today), the anonymous editor at Blawg Review is establishing what is described as a new tradition with the Blawg Review Awards 2006, the second year the editor has honored the best law blogs in numerous categories.
Once again, I am honored to report that Carolyn Elefant and I are recognized in the category Blog Journalism for our contributions to this blog and that the Coast to Coast podcast I co-host with J. Craig Williams is named Best Legal Podcast. In fact, Craig racks up multiple honors, with awards to his blog, May It Please the Court, for Best Law Blog Design and Best Blog by a Practicing Attorney.
Others among the several blogs honored here are Above the Law as Best New Law Blog, Overlawyered for Best Blawg Theme, Likelihood of Confusion for Best Law Blog Name, Antitrust Review and PHOSITA sharing the award for Best Group Blog, TalkLeft for Best Politicio Blog by Lawyers, Althouse for Best Personal Blog by a legally oriented female blogger, SHLEP: the Self-Help Law ExPress for Best Law Blog in the Public Interest, Online Guide to Mediation for Best Law Blog by a legal mediator, and Denise Howell as Blawg Diva for her blogging at Bag and Baggage, Between Lawyers and Lawgarithms.
In addition to this blog and May It Please the Court, other blogs from the Law.com blog network honored with awards are The Common Scold for Most Creative Law Blog Name, Adam Smith, Esq. for Best Practice Management Blog, Legal Sanity for Best Mentoring Law Blog, How Appealing for Best Source for Legal Headline News and Human Law for Best British Law Blog.
Plenty of other awards, so check out the full list.
Posted by Robert J. Ambrogi on December 26, 2006 at 03:46 PM | Permalink
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