03 Jan Thank You Readers for Top Blawg Ranking
The voting is over and here are the top 2008 blawgs in the niche category along with nominating their reviews by the American Bar Association Journal editors. Thanks to all our readers who voted for Bankruptcy Law Network.
We believe Patently-O’s claim that it’s the most popular patent law blog around. Author Dennis Crouch, a law professor at the University of Missouri, has developed a loyal community around summaries of key decisions or patent law cases of interest, as well as a job board and an event calendar. And last time we checked, Patently-O’s Facebook group had more than 800 members.
The Pop Tort
It’s not just because the name reminds us of those tasty toaster treats that we like this blog. The Pop Tort takes a witty, clever and irresistibly irreverent approach to otherwise weighty consumer advocacy issues. Launched in January, it’s also the Center for Justice & Democracy’s latest riposte to the tort reform movement.
A daily chronicle of tort and legal ethics cases that, much to Walter Olson’s dismay, make it to court. Olson, a senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute in New York City who started this blog in 1999, says he was the first legal blogger—and no one’s disputing that. He’s also embraced Twitter and does the heavy lifting over at PointofLaw.com, which has more of a straight legal news focus.
Bankruptcy Law Network
Have trouble sorting through all the credit and bankruptcy rhetoric during the presidential campaign? The Bankruptcy Law Network, a group of seasoned consumer advocates and bankruptcy lawyers, was quick to post about these issues both in context and in plain English.
Bankruptcy Law Network (BLN)
Latest posts by Bankruptcy Law Network (BLN) (see all)
- New Judge for Southern District of Texas – David R. Jones - August 19, 2011
- Limited Emergency Efforts to Save Homes Continue - June 30, 2011
- Why Run Your Company Into The Ground? - June 6, 2011
- New U.S. Trustee for Texas – Region 7 - October 2, 2010
- Is Chapter 13 An Option For A Small Corporation Or A Limited Liability Corporation (LLC)? - September 29, 2010