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Tuesday, December 1, 2009

TaxProf Blog Named Top 100 Law Blog by ABA Journal

 

I am thrilled that, for the second year in a row, 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 2009 Blawg 100, selected from more than 2,500 blawgs. TaxProf Blog is one of fifteen blogs nominated in the Legal Theory category:

For those looking for more than just casual musings and rants, these academics provide substance over sensation.

Here is the ABA Journal's description of TaxProf Blog:

At TaxProf Blog, University of Cincinnati law professor Paul Caron covers tax law and policy, with forays into law school news. Taxgirl blogger Kelly Phillips Erb says Caron “writes with authority and a clear understanding of the tax code.” It’s not all academic. He may digest a complicated tax proposal in one post and link to a news story on a tax-evading celebrity in the next."

Quick Take: Caron generates buzz with his regular rankings of the top 35 law professor blogs with public analytics. (TaxProf was No. 6 in the rankings released in October.)

I am thrilled that two other members of our Law Professor Blogs Network also were named to the Blawg 100:

Kudos to TaxGirl, one of 16 blogs nominated in the Practice category.

To vote, go here. (Voting ends December 31.)

http://taxprof.typepad.com/taxprof_blog/2009/12/taxprof-blog.html

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Comments

Very, very well deserved.

Posted by: save_the_rustbelt | Dec 1, 2009 5:53:12 AM

Congrats Paul! Well deserved.

Posted by: Caleb | Dec 1, 2009 7:28:59 AM

Top 100! This is almost insulting! What could be better?

Posted by: Michael A. Livingston | Dec 1, 2009 9:28:11 AM