Monday, December 1, 2008
I am thrilled that TaxProf Blog has been named to the ABA Journal's list of "the 100 best Web sites by lawyers, for lawyers, as chosen by the editors of the ABA Journal" -- the 2008 Blawg 100. TaxProf Blog is one of fifteen blogs nominated in the Legal Theory category:
The law profs on these blogs are more conversational than you may remember them being in class. Some tackle legal issues with a purely academic focus, while others are more playful.
Here is the ABA Journal's description of TaxProf Blog:
The University of Cincinnati’s Paul Caron covers all the tax law bases—what’s coming from the headlines, the law journals and the think tanks. Caron is also editor and publisher of the Law Professor Blogs network, reflected in his extensive coverage of law schools and legal blogging generally.
I am thrilled that four other members of our Law Professor Blogs Network also were named to the Blawg 100:
- Brian Leiter's Law School Reports (one of 15 blogs nominated in the Niche category)
- Law School Innovation (one of 15 blogs nominated in the Legal Theory category)
- Legal Profession Blog (one of 15 blogs nominated in the Niche category)
- Sentencing Law and Policy (one of 5 blogs nominated in the Crime Time category)
To vote, go here. (Voting ends January 2.)