Articles Tagged with Blawg 100

Hope this doesn’t mean it’s time for me to hang up my cleats, but I am proud to say that this blog has been selected as one of the inaugural 10 members of the ABA Journal’s Blawg 100 Hall of Fame. According to the very nice note I received from Allen Pusey, the ABA Journal’s […]

Forgive a guy a little blowing of my own horn here, but I am thrilled and honored to report that the ABA Journal has again included this blog in its annual Blawg 100, its selection of the 100 best law blogs by lawyers, for lawyers. This is the fourth time LawSites has been included — […]

The editors of the ABA Journal are gearing up to select their annual list of the 100 best legal blogs, the Blawg 100. And they are seeking suggestions of blogs they should include. “Tell us about a blawg—not your own—that you read regularly and think other lawyers should know about,” they ask. To nominate a […]

I am proud to announce that this blog has been named to the 2010 ABA Journal Blawg 100, a listing of the top 100 best law blogs by lawyers, for lawyers, as selected by the editors of the ABA Journal. This is the fourth time the ABA Journal has selected the Blawg 100 and the third time […]

With all the lawyer-ranking sites already out there, I wasn’t surprised to see yet another one make its debut. But as I looked under the skin of this latest entrant, I didn’t know whether to laugh or cry. Launched March 1, the new site is called BestAttorneysOnline.com. A press release described it as “an independent […]

Last November, I published my review of Bloomberg Law, the recently launched legal research service from business news giant Bloomberg. One aspect of the service I did not mention in my review is the odd piece of hardware required to log-in. Whereas other legal research services rely on usernames and passwords, Bloomberg Law requires you […]

The Judiciary/Media Committee of the Supreme Judicial Court is considering revisions to the Guidelines on the Public’s Right of Access to Judicial Proceedings and Records. In order to evaluate whether the guidelines should be amended or expanded and what other initiatives the committee might wish to pursue, the committee is asking members of the news […]

In a move that underscores the increasing importance of lawyer ratings and reviews in helping consumers select a lawyer, Thomson Reuters announced today that it has acquired the Super Lawyers, the suite of attorney-rating publications and Web site created by Key Professional Media, based in Minneapolis, Minn. Super Lawyers creates and distributes an annual listing […]

[Read an update to this post.] Lawyers, beware the errant iPhone app! I recently installed an app, FR Evidence, which promised to provide “the complete text of the Federal Rules of Evidence.” Problem is, it is missing Rule 502, which was added to the FRE effective Sept. 19, 2008. The app is created by Tekk […]