In July, the American Bar Association Journal, the flagship magazine of the ABA, began its annual nomination process for its ”Blawg 100″ list, which highlights the top 100 legal blogs.
And guess what?
Our blog was selected as one of the 2014 Blawg 100! And in the L&E category, we are one of eight finalists!
We feel very honored — since the selection process is based on nominations from readers, we are extremely gratified that you guys thought highly enough of our blog to nominate us! And we thank you!
And our co-finalists in the L&E category are quite a group: each one is great and an important resource for employers and lawyers, and tough to beat in this competition. A special shout out to Donna Ballman, a finalist herself for her great employee-side blog, for writing a very complimentary nominating summary. And also to my friend Eric Meyer, a perennial winner, whose blog is a constant inspiration for us to do better (and be funnier!).
Now Comes The Voting For Winners
Now that the ABA editors have made their picks, the ABA Journal is asking readers to weigh in and vote for their favorites in each of the 2014 Blawg 100’s 13 categories. Our blog, as we said, is listed in the Labor & Employment category.
If you have still found our posts to be a valuable resource for timely updates on employment discrimination matters, we invite you to navigate to the Blawg 100 website to register and vote for us. Voting ends at close of business on Dec. 19, 2014. For more information, please visit the ABA’s Blawg 100 FAQ.
We are honored to be among such a selective and well-regarded group of legal bloggers, and thank you, our readers, as well as the Journal’s editors for this recognition.