Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Legal Writing Prof Blog Makes the ABA Blawg 100! And You Can Vote for Your Favorite Legal Writing Blog!

We wanted to remind you that the Legal Writing Prof Blog has been selected to the 2012 ABA Journal Blawg 100, recognizing the top 100 blogs in the legal profession in the ABA Journal's inaugural Blog Hall of Fame.  We thank all of our readers for your support during the year.

And on that note, we want to remind you that we need your vote!  The ABA is now polling readers to recognize the top blog in each category.  Please click here to vote for us as the best Legal Research/Writing Blog of 2012.  You'll find us in the Legal Research/Writing group of blogs.  Voting is open until December 21, 2012.

We would like to recognize our editorial team for their contributions to the Legal Writing Prof Blog:

Editors:

Mark E. Wojcik, Professor of Law, The John Marshall Law School (Chicago)

Sue Liemer, Professor of Law and Director of Lawyering Skills, Southern Illinois University School of Law

Nancy Soonpaa, Professor of Law and Director of Legal Practice, Texas Tech University School of Law

Judith Fischer, Associate Professor of Law, University of Louisville School of Law

Dustin Benham, Assistant Professor of Legal Practice and Assistant Dean for Strategic Initiatives, Texas Tech University School of Law

Contributing Editors:

Lori D. Johnson, Legal Writing Professor, William S. Boyd School of Law, University of Nevada Las Vegas

Kristen E. Murray, Associate Professor of Law, Beasley School of Law, Temple University

Thank you, everyone, for your support.  (Please go vote for us if you haven't already!)

(dbb and mew)

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