Tuesday, November 27, 2012

It’s a Blawg 100 Three-Peat

Edward James Olmos once said, “I didn’t get into this business to get awards.” And while that may be true, it certainly is nice to be recognized.

Yesterday afternoon, the ABA Journal announced its annual list of the top 100 legal blogs, which it calls the Blawg 100. I was fortunate enough to be part of this list in 2010 and 2011, and equally fortunate that the ABA Journal recognized me again this year as part of its 6th annual list.

The labor & employment blawgosphere is among the richest, and I am pleased that I am sharing this honor with five fellow bloggers, each of whom I consider a friend.

(For what it’s worth, this list is short by two. Next year, I hope that Eric Meyer’s The Employer Handbook Blog and Robin Shea’s Employment & Labor Insider join the list.)

Now comes the part where I graciously and unapologetically ask for your help. Between now and December 21, you have the opportunity to vote for your favorite blawg. All you need to do is go to www.abajournal.com/blawg100, register, and vote. You’ll find my blog under the “Labor & Employment” category. Thank you for your support.

Congratulations to all of the winners, and thank you to the ABA Journal for, once again, deeming my little project worthy of your recognition. It is much appreciated.

Tomorrow, I start my march toward a four-peat, with a post on the Supreme Court’s oral argument in Vance v. Ball State Univ., which will (maybe) answer the important question of who qualifies as a supervisor under Title VII.