Artificial Lawyer is very proud to announce that it has been chosen to be part of the ABA Journal’s prestigious Web 100 list of the best legal blogs, podcasts, Twitter accounts and web tools. It is one of only 35 blogs to make the list this year.
The full list of Web 100 members appears in the online version of the December issue of the magazine.
The ABA Journal is the highly respected publication of the American Bar Association, one of the world’s largest voluntary professional organisations, with over 400,000 members.
ABA Journal Editor and Publisher, Molly McDonough, said: ‘The web is a constantly evolving space, and we enjoy shining a light on new and useful blogs, tools and people for legal professionals to follow. We started this project as the Blawg 100 in 2007, but over the years have broadened the scope to include podcasts and social media.’
‘This year, we added a category to explore tools that have practical applications for your day-to-day life as a lawyer. We hope the Web 100 provides readers with entertainment, engagement and a way to keep abreast of the newest developments in the legal industry,’ she added.
In terms of the group of legal blogs that have been included in the 2018 100 honorees, there are a total of 35 sites, which are:
Best law blogs of 2018
- Ad Law Access
- The Appeal
- Appellate Advocacy
- Artificial Lawyer
- Asbestos Case Tracker
- Best Practices for Legal Education
- Big Law Business
- Business Blog
- Canna Law Blog
- Compelling Discovery
- Constitution Daily
- Lyle Denniston Law News
- Empirical SCOTUS
- The Faculty Lounge
- Faughnan on Ethics
- Feminist Law Professors
- The Girl’s Guide to Law School
- Howe on the Court
- In Custodia Legis
- The Law21 Blog
- The Law for Lawyers Today
- Legal Evolution
- The Legal Geeks
- Proskauer on Advertising Law
- Race and the Law Prof Blog
- Jeremy W. Richter
- Take Care
- The TTABlog
- Understanding the ADA
- Who Is My Employee?
- Zen and the Art of Legal Networking
(Check out the ABA Journal site for full details of all these blogs, as well as details of the 65 other honorees, which include Twitter accounts and legal applications.)
Many thanks to the ABA Journal for including Artificial Lawyer, it’s great to be recognised by one’s peers and it is very much appreciated! And also many thanks to the judges:
- Ivy Grey is director of business strategy for WordRake, professional editing and proofreading software for Microsoft Word. She is the creator of American Legal Style for PerfectIt, which is a proofreading add-in for Microsoft Word that many proofreaders themselves use.
- Rebecca Tushnet is the inaugural Frank Stanton Professor of the First Amendment at Harvard Law School. Her work focuses on copyright, trademark and advertising law. Tushnet’s 43(B)log is in the ABA Journal’s Blawg 100 Hall of Fame.
- Mark Walsh is a contributing writer to Education Week. He also writes about the Supreme Court for the ABA Journal and is a regular contributor to SCOTUSblog.
- Frank H. Wu is the William L. Prosser Distinguished Professor at the University of California’s Hastings College of the Law in San Francisco. He blogged at HuffPost for five years, currently writes for the Daily Journal, Diverse Issues in Higher Education, Film Inquiry, 35mmc and The Run Commuter.
Congratulations Richard and team! Well done indeed.