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November 28, 2007

A helpful list of blawgs from the ABA Journal

As How Appealing details here, the ABA Journal has created this "Blawg 100" list.  Though I am biased toward the list because I am on it (and because it describes my commentary as avant-garde), I think it is fair for me to assert that the list provides a terrific "blogroll" for lawyers looking to keep up with legal news and ideas. 

Relatedly, the magazine has this feature entitled "ForeBlawggers: Seven lawyers who started the blawg revolution."  I'm sold on most of ABA Journal's picks for founding bloggers, though I think a few other law professor bloggers (e.g., Althouse, Banbridge, Balkin, Leiter, Lessig) might have merited a place on the ForeBlawggers list.

November 28, 2007 at 04:11 PM | Permalink

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