The ABA Journal each year puts out a list of the 100 law blogs that won the most online votes.  In 2008, the top ballot-getter won 2,050; the last place blawg drew a mere 25.

The magazine has issued a call for "amici" comments:

Which blawgs should we include in our annual list of the 100 best legal blogs in December? We’d like your advice.

Tell us about a blawg you read regularly that you think other lawyers should know about. Keep it pithy—you have a 500-character limit. We’ll be including some of the best comments in our coverage.

Some additional tips:

• We’re not interested in “occasional” blawgs—blawgs you name should be updated at least weekly.
• We’ll ignore comments from authors suggesting their own blawgs. That’s just plain tacky.
• Campaigns to flood us with comments about a particular blog will turn us off. And you don’t want to do that, because the editors make the final decisions about what’s included in the Blawg 100.

Friend-of-the-blawg briefs are due no later than Friday, Oct. 2.

Blawgletter notes that the Blawg 100 seems desirous of keeping its classing system, which throws the bestest blawgs in 10 piles: 

  • News
  • Crime
  • Professors
  • Niche
  • Technology
  • Quirky
  • Careers
  • Students
  • Podcasts
  • Regional

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