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Afternoon Briefs: Feds won’t charge cop in Eric Garner’s chokehold death, Cardi B defends her courtroom attire

The U.S. Justice Department won’t charge the New York City police officer who put Eric Garner in a chokehold during an arrest for selling loose cigarettes. Garner cried out,…

Who are your favorite lawyers to follow on social media?

Every summer, the ABA Journal asks our readers to submit their favorite legal blogs and social media accounts as part of our annual Web 100 feature. We use a…

Web 100: Get informed, be entertained and maybe even transform your practice with tech

How so, exactly? For the first time, the ABA Journal’s extensive favorites list has added a web tools category that includes apps, subscription services and other digital solutions.

Web 100: Blogs

Great legal blogs go deeper into practice niches than the mainstream legal press and share well-written personal insights. Here we’re highlighting 10 blogs that are new to our Web 100 list, 20 making a repeat appearance and five joining the Blawg 100 Hall of Fame.

Web 100: Podcasts

Admit it: You listen to podcasts for fun. We won’t judge. But with so many lawyers trying their hand at the medium, it’s time to tune in and stay informed about the profession. And to have fun.

Web 100: Twitter

If Twitter is the tool to tweak the world’s conversation, the top tweeters in the Web 100 are strong talkers of few words. These 15 newcomers and 10 retweeter repeaters from 2017 run the gamut from nonprofits to profs to legal tech entrepreneurs.

Web 100: Web tools

This was a breakout year for legal technology on the web, from subscription services to access-to-justice helpers. Our judges and readers all had their own favorites. Let us know about yours.

Blawg 100 Hall of Fame

The list of best law blogs has grown to 60, with five new additions for 2018.

Help us find best of the legal web—written, spoken or coded

Some lawyers give their opinions on the web. Some write about their practice area, and some write computer code. Whether they’re blogging, podcasting, tweeting or developing apps, we’re always looking for exemplary practitioners, with your help.

Welcome to the 2017 ABA Journal Web 100

Our inaugural year of this feature honors 50 blogs (and adds five more to our Blawg Hall of Fame), as well as 25 law podcasts and 25 tweeters for lawyers to follow.

Podcasts, social media share spotlight with blogs in ABA Journal Web 100

ABA Journal editors have published their year-end choices for best online media. For 2017, the annual list includes podcasts and social media on legal topics as well as blogs.