My Most Popular Posts of 2016

2016-2017

As 2016 draws to a close,  I thought I would perform an exercise of idle curiosity and look back at which of my posts were most popular during the year. I rank these based on total page views, not unique visitors.

I have two lists here. First I list the 10 most popular posts of 2016, listing only posts first published during 2016. After that, I list the most popular posts of the year, without regard to the year the post was originally published. In both cases, the rankings are based only on 2016 traffic, not all-time traffic.

One other note. One of my most highly trafficked pages is my list of Legal Tech Startups, which I first published on April 28, 2016. Because that is a fixed page that I frequently update with new additions, I am not including it in the lists below.

Most Popular Posts (First Published in 2016)

  1. Another Two States Adopt Ethical Duty of Technology Competence (July 29, 2016).
  2. Exclusive Survey Results: Small Firms’ Greatest Challenges And What They’re Doing To Address Them (July 25, 2016).
  3. The 10 Most Important Legal Technology Developments of 2016 (Dec. 20, 2016).
  4. Could This New App, Debuting at Techshow, Become the Uber of Law? (March 15, 2016).
  5. Fastcase Sues Casemaker Over Publishing of State Laws (Feb. 6, 2016).
  6. Thomson Reuters Unveils New Platforms for E-Discovery and Legal Research and Offers Glimpse of New AI Product Using IBM’s Watson (Jan. 28, 2016).
  7. CEO of Legal Startup Settles Lawsuit Charging Fraud, Forgery and Impersonating a Lawyer (May 26, 2016).
  8. What Lawyers Earn: Infographic Shows It May Be Less Than You Think (July 7, 2016).
  9. ‘Practice Point’ from Thomson Reuters Serves Up the Best of Westlaw and Practical Law (March 1, 2016).
  10. Bloomberg Law’s New Litigation Analytics Peeks Under the Robes of Judicial Data (Oct. 19, 2016).

Most Popular Posts (First Published In Any Year)

  1. What Do You Pay for Westlaw or LexisNexis? (July 13, 2011).
  2. How to Find if an Attorney Has Been Disciplined (July 7, 2010).
  3. 13 15 17 18 20 21 23 24 25 26 States Have Adopted Ethical Duty of Technology Competence (March 16, 2015).
  4. New ‘Redact Assistant’ Easily Redacts Word and Excel Files (Feb. 25, 2015).
  5. Another Two States Adopt Ethical Duty of Technology Competence (July 29, 2016).
  6. Exclusive Survey Results: Small Firms’ Greatest Challenges And What They’re Doing To Address Them (July 25, 2016).
  7. The 10 Most Important Legal Technology Developments of 2016 (Dec. 20, 2016).
  8. The 10 Most Important Legal Technology Developments of 2015 (Dec. 28, 2015).
  9. Could This New App, Debuting at Techshow, Become the Uber of Law? (March 15, 2016).
  10. Fastcase Sues Casemaker Over Publishing of State Laws (Feb. 6, 2016).

If you’re interested in last year’s list, find it here.