The ABA Journal has released their 2015 Blawg 100 list!
For those who don’t know nominees are selected in one of thirteen categories, and many of these blogs make the radar because the Journal staff has found them useful for reasons like tipping them off to potential stories or containing original content, opinion, or analysis. Every year the list is chock full of those who do their profession proud through their blogging.
This year we have 13 blogs off the LexBlog Network featured in the list! Congratulations to them, and all the blogs who were nominated.
- All About Advertising Law from Venable, one of the better large firm blogs out there writing about where advertisements bump up against the law.
- The Velvet Hammer from Karen Koehler, a great example of mixing the personal in with the newsworthy, and making it appealing to all.
- FMLA Insights from Jeff Nowak at Franczek Radelet, always great to turn to with FAQs on the Family and Medical Leave Act.
- Employment and Labor Insider from Robin Shea at Constangy who manages to make even the most mundane employment law case engaging.
- Trademarkology from Stites & Harbison, writing colorfully on the latest in copyright and trademark law.
- Canna Law Blog from Harris Moure, the place to turn if you have any questions on marijuana law, be it business or legalization.
- The CFPB Monitor from Ballard Spahr, who took the blog niche of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and cover it like a beat.
- Marler Blog from Bill Marler, the first source for news on any and every food poisoning outbreak.
- New York Business Divorce from Peter A. Mahler at Farrell Fritz, breaking down the complexities around dissolution and other disputes of owners of New York corporations.
- Litigation & Trial from Max Kennerly, where opinions are key—no matter what the issue.
- PharmaPatents from the team at Foley & Lardner, providing timely insight on the emerging legal developments for your IP budget in pharmaceutical, chemical, and biotech fields.
- Seytlines from Kenneth Grady of Seyfarth Shaw, your number one resource for applying lean thinking to the legal industry and turning established methods on their head.
- Socially Aware from Morrison Foerster, covering anything you need to know about how social media sites are transforming the daily lives of companies and consumers alike.