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Voting opens for the 2014 Blawg 100

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We’re thrilled to announce that our 8th annual list of the top 100 best blogs for a legal audience, the 2014 Blawg 100, is now live.

“No longer to be confused as a fad or the realm of the tech-savvy, law blogs are rooted in the legal media landscape,” ABA Journal editor and publisher Allen Pusey said. “While traditional media sources often break news, law blogs dive deeper to offer insight into what the news means for clients, the legal profession and the public. They are sometimes-irreverent watchdogs of the bench and bar. And the ones on our list are well-written and, more often than not, entertaining.”

Vote for your favorites

The ABA Journal editors have made their picks, but it’s now time for our readers to have their say as to which blogs they find most useful and engaging.

Click here to go to our voting page to vote for the best of the best. Each person gets a total of 13 votes, to distribute as they see fit among the blogs they like, with a limit of one vote per person, per blog. Once you’ve used all 13 votes, you’ll notice the “Vote Now!” buttons will disappear. If you have trouble voting or questions about anything else, please see our Blawg 100 FAQ.

The polls open Nov. 24 and shut down at close of business on Dec. 19. For a constant feed of inspiration, subscribe to our Blawg 100 Twitter list, which includes the handles of both this year’s nominees and those of our Hall of Fame bloggers from years past.

Congratulations to everyone in the 2014 Blawg 100!

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