Blawg Review

It's not just a blog carnival; it's the law! ~ a fool in the forest

To Be Thankful For

Eric Turkewitz is hosting the next Blawg Review, #188, for those of us who are counting. Followers of Blawg Review will remember last year's close race for Blawg Review of the Year 2007, when Turkewitz's New York Personal Injury Law Blog marathon Blawg Review #134 ran a very close second to Blawg Review #137, based on the final chapter in Dante's trilogy, earning Colin Samuels at Infamy or Praise the coveted award for the third year running.

Blawg Review is finishing 2008 with an all star lineup:

Eric Turkewitz has something special planned, but he's not offering any hints that might give an advantage to his archrival, Colin Samuels, who's hosting Blawg Review #189 the very next week.

Marc Randazza and his cadre of freedom-loving Satyriconistas are hosting Blawg Review #190 on December 15, which is Bill of Rights Day in the USA.

Ron Coleman, who hosted Blawg Review #2 in his inimitable, dare we say, trademarked (sic) style, returns to host Blawg Review #191 on December 22nd. We await this second coming with great anticipation.

December 29th, your humble editor will host a special year in review presentation of Blawg Review #192 right here, announcing our annual quest for the best, the Blawg Review of the Year 2008.

Looking forward to the beginning of 2009, our fourth year of law blog carnivals, CharonQC will host Blawg Review #193 on Twelfth Night.

Thanks to all our wonderful hosts, who put together such interesting presentations of the best of the legal blogosphere each and every week, without fail.
And thanks to our tireless Blawg Review Sherpas, Colin Samuels, Victoria Pynchon, and Diane Levin, who worked behind the scenes in 2008 helping our hosts with recommendations of the some of the best posts from law blogs every week.

Last but not least, thanks to you, dear readers, who give Blawg Review your attention and the link love that keeps this project going week after week, year after year, and makes it all worthwhile.