Wednesday, December 2, 2009
It's nice (though not at all surprising) to see our good buddies at Above the Law make the list in the "News" category. And it's especially nice to see Elie Mystal singled out by the ABA Journal editors for his excellent and timely coverage of the legal marketplace meltdown over the past year. In particular, ATL has devoted a lot of coverage to the emerging "apprenticeship model" of law firm practice which is, in part, a reaction to the failure of law schools to take skills training more seriously.
Anyhow, you can read here the full list of the "Top 100" legal blawgs (as the ABA Journal calls them) nominated by the Journal editors. You then have a chance to vote for your favorite right here (registration with the Journal is required but it's free).
I am the scholarship dude.