Posted Nov 30, 2012 11:49 pm CST
With six Blawg 100 notches on our belt, we have developed a bit of a sixth sense when it comes to knowing what it takes to have a successful blog. We know that bloggers who are passionate about their chosen subjects are more likely to have lively, engaging blogs we enjoy going back to day after day, year after year.
Success is relative, of course. Some law bloggers measure success by the business they develop. Others by the networks they’re creating. And still others get satisfaction from how blogging gives them a voice, a creative outlet.
This list, available here in alphabetical order, includes blogs that can measure success in a number of different ways. And for the first time, we’re tipping our hats to the cream of the law-blogging crop. We’d like to introduce our inaugural Blawg 100 Hall of Fame, featuring law blogs we can’t imagine not making our favorites list each year.
Now that we’ve chosen our favorites, we’d like you to weigh in. Through Dec. 21, vote for the blogs you enjoy most. If you have trouble voting or questions about anything else, please see our Blawg 100 FAQ.
New to Twitter or not sure who to follow? Check out our 2012 Blawg 100 Twitter List, featuring the 90-plus honorees who tweet.
Did we miss your favorite? Tell us about your favorite blogs in the comments and don’t miss our nomination period when it opens in August of next year.