ABA Journal Top 100 Law Blogs

blawg100_2009_logoI’m pleased to announce that for the third year in a row, Concurring Opinions was named as one of the Top 100 law blogs in the ABA Journal’s list of best legal blogs chosen by its editors.  We’re listed in the legal theory category.  It’s a good list in this category — lots of great blogs listed — but a big gripe is the omission of Larry Solum’s terrific Legal Theory Blog.

They also have a silly vote-for-your-favorite-blog contest among those listed, but this merely measures the size of a blog’s readership, so the results can be figured out in advance just by checking sitemeters.  In other words, the Volokh Conspiracy will win.

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  1. i read solum daily says:

    Although I read Solum daily, it seems that the ABA has decided to emphasize the needs of practicing lawyers, which Solum addresses less directly. This year, for example, you need to be an ABA member to vote. And from my quick review of the nominated blogs, its far more practitioner-heavy.

    So, now that there is a market opportunity, the law profs can have an AALS list or something similar, emphasizing the needs of professors.