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December 26, 2005

I want to thank the academy, Themis, and...

I am flattered to discover that, over at the Blawg Review Awards 2005, I have been honored with an award for "Best Blawg by a Law Professor."  (Apparently, I am far more appreciated by Themis, the Goddess of Justice and Law who judged and decided these awards, than by the voters in the 2005 Weblog Awards for Best Law Blog.)

Of course, I am biased when I now say that folks behind the Blawg Review Awards 2005 are obvious geniuses.  Biased or not, I think the list of award-winning blawgs makes for a terrific reading list for the modern lawyer.  But it also revives my interested in creating some kind of BCS for blogs.

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Without intending any disrespect to any of your worthy competitors, I extend heartiest congratulations on a well-deserved honor!

Posted by: Peter G | Dec 27, 2005 12:04:39 PM

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