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Editor: Paul L. Caron, Dean
Pepperdine University School of Law

Wednesday, November 27, 2013

TaxProf Blog Named to Blawg 100 Hall of Fame by ABA Journal

VoteI am thrilled that, for the sixth 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 2013 Blawg 100, selected from more than 3,600 blawgs. TaxProf Blog is one of fifteen blogs nominated in the Niche category. Here is the ABA Journal's description of TaxProf Blog:

Paul Caron, a professor at Pepperdine University School of Law, covers tax reform in the news and scholarship related to U.S. tax law, and he notes celebrity tax disasters. But we like TaxProf at least as much for Caron's exhaustive coverage of news and debates covering legal education. He became the sole owner of the Law Professor Blogs Network and a makeover of that group of blogs soon followed.

HallofFameI am also thrilled that TaxProf Blog has been named to the ABA Blawg 100 Hall of Fame:

In 2012, we established the Blawg 100 Hall of Fame for those blogs which had consistently been outstanding throughout multiple Blawg 100 lists. The inaugural list contained 10 inductees; this year, we added 10 more.

Three other members of our Law Professor Blogs Network also were named to the Blawg 100 by the ABA Journal:

  • The Legal Whiteboard, edited by Michele DeStefano (Miami), William Henderson (Indiana), & Jeffrey Lipshaw (Suffolk), nominated in the Careers/Law Schools category
  • Legal Writing Prof Blog, edited by Judith Fischer (Louisville), Sue Liemer (Southern Illinois), Nancy Soonpaa (Texas Tech) &  Mark Wojcik (John Marshall), nominated in the Legal Research/Legal Writing category
  • Wills, Trusts & Estates Prof Blog, edited by Gerry Beyer (Texas Tech), nominated in the Niche category

To vote, go here. (Voting ends December 20.)

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Paul, as honors goes, this one is a bit dubious! You're in the same category with "Simple Justice" and "Above the Law"! Yikes! You should be protesting!

Posted by: Brian | Nov 27, 2013 5:05:07 AM