Best of the Law Blogs, Part 1
Lawyer and legal technologist Dennis Kennedy is making an annual tradition of his "Blawggie" awards for best law-related blogs, and this year's results are now in. I am proud to say that Kennedy has picked this blog, which Carolyn Elefant and I co-author, as Best Legal Blog Digest (in a tie with Stark County Law Library Blog). Also, Kennedy named as Best Legal Podcast the Coast to Coast program I co-host with my fellow Law.com blogger J. Craig Williams. Thanks to Dennis and congratulations to Carolyn, Craig, the folks at the Legal Talk Network who produce Coast to Coast and everyone at Law.com who sponsor this blog, the Law.com blog network and the Coast to Coast podcast.
In other categories, Kennedy's picks for best are:
Kennedy's awards are not based on any votes, surveys or scientific measures. "They are highly-opinionated choices made by me, based on my experience, expertise and likes and dislikes gained from nearly four years of blogging and several more years before that of reading blogs," he says. The factors he looks for are consistently useful content, a generous and helpful approach and a combination of commitment and talent, with an emphasis on good writing.
Posted by Robert J. Ambrogi on December 26, 2006 at 03:44 PM | Permalink
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