The 2007 Weblog Awards are seeking nominations for the category of "Best Law Blog." You can nominate a law blog for the contest via this link.
We're reminded by Howard Bashman that the winner of "Best Law Blog" in this contest is "best, as in most popular" because of the voting methodologies of these weblog awards.
So, it's very important at this nomination stage of the proceedings, that we should do our best to make the contest competitive by nominating not those law blogs that are "Simply the Best" but those that will be challengers to The Volokh Conspiracy, voted the winner of this award last year.
Any of the following law blogs might have a real chance to win the award for "Best Law Blog" in The 2007 Weblog Awards, if included in the short list of finalists.
- The Volokh Conspiracy
- How Appealing
- Concurring Opinions
- Above the Law
- Evan Schaeffer's Legal Underground
- Law Blog
So let's make sure the list of finalists is very competitive this year. We're not going to suggest (not even tongue in cheek) that anyone nominate Blawg Review this year, because all the finalists should be those who have a real chance to win in the voting stage that will determine the best, as in most popular, law blog.
Nominate a law blog you'd like to see among the finalists before the last day for nominations, October 15th, 2007.