Editors of the ABA Journal announced they have selected Presnell on Privileges as one of the top 100 best blogs for a legal audience.
In addition, the magazine has added 10 more bloggers to its Blawg 100 Hall of Fame, featuring the very best law blogs, known for their untiring ability to craft high-quality, engaging posts sometimes on a daily basis.
Presnell on Privileges is authored by Todd Presnell, a trial lawyer in the Nashville office of Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP.
“For 10 years, the Blawg 100 has helped shine a light on the stunning breadth of legal topics and voices to found in the legal blogosphere,” Acting Editor-Publisher Molly McDonough said. “Journal editors have selected yet another stellar list of blogs. We hope you’ll find legal information sources in this list that are completely new to you and bookmark them for regular reading.”
“It is a tremendous honor that the ABA Journal selected my blog among its 100 best in 2016, and I am humbled to join such an elite group of legal bloggers,” Presnell said.
About the ABA Journal:
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Thank you for subscribing to or simply reading my posts on Presnell on Privileges. I am grateful that thousands of readers visit my blog each month, and that several of you have provided favorable feedback and shared my posts via LinkedIn, Twitter, and Facebook.
The ABA is soliciting nominations of legal blogs for inclusion in its 8th Annual ABA Journal Blawg 100. I respectfully ask that you consider nominating Presnell on Privileges for this distinction.
You may complete the short nomination form here. The nomination process ends at 5:00 p.m. EDT on Friday, August 8, 2014.
The ABA seeks not only the blog’s name, but a short (500 characters max) commentary on what you appreciate about the blog. Does the blog provide complete coverage in an area (evidentiary privileges) that few others discuss in detail? Identify and describe timely case law updates on significant privilege decisions? Provide independent analysis on court decisions and offer practical tips on privilege-related issues? If so, please let the ABA know.
And of course feel free to nominate other blogs as I am doing. I am prohibited from nominating my own blog—and would not do so even if permissible—so I will appreciate your nomination.
Thank you for your consideration and for following my blog.