We're delighted that we've been named to the ABA Magazine's list of the top 100 law-related blogs. That's our third year in a row, which I am told is an all-time record. (Yeah, I know. The list has been around for only three years, but who's counting?)
The Magazine's authors have made a special note of John Steele's perennial top 10 list of legal ethics stories. Indeed, it's about that time of year. I'm looking forward to reading the list myself, John!
Somehow, we were put into the legal theory category. I guess that's because we have a bunch of law professors who contribute to the blog. Unfortunately, we're in the same category as the Volokh blog, so we have no chance of being named the top blog in our category. Nevertheless, vote for us here. We still hope to defeat our rivals at the Legal Profession Blog. [Link to the Legal Profession Blog omitted intentionally.]
This year, you'll have to register or be an ABA member in order to vote. I suspect that's because, last year, the ABA saw too many votes from my mother's IP address. Sorry, mom. (Please don't tell her that we lost anyway.)
In all seriousness, congratulations to my fellow bloggers. And thanks to the ABA Magazine for the acknowledgement and to all of you -- our readers -- who make blogging so enjoyable and rewarding!