Nominations Open for 7th Annual Canadian Law Blog Awards

Nominations are now being accepted for the 7th annual Canadian Law Blog Awards known as the CLawBies (the Canadian Law Blog Awards).  The CLawBies recognize “the most thoughtful, useful, and timely law or legal industry-related blogs out there”.  We encourage our readers to take the time to nominate their favourite blogs.  There are three ways to nominate a blog:

  1. Tweet your nomination via Twitter with the hashtag: #clawbies2012.  If you visit the CLawBies website you will see a number of tweeted nominations.
  2. Email your favourite blog, including a couple sample posts or any other notable highlights, to Steve Matthews at steve@stemlegal.com.  The judges prefer a public nomination, but still welcome participation from folks who don’t blog or tweet.
  3. Write a blog post nominating up to three other Canadian law blogs you currently read, with a brief explanation of why you think those blogs were award-worthy in 2012.

The deadline for nominations is Thursday, December 27th, and the winners of the 2012 CLawBies will be announced on New Year’s Eve.

Many thanks to the readers who have already nominated the ABlawg.

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2 Responses to Nominations Open for 7th Annual Canadian Law Blog Awards

  1. Byron Yip says:

    I count ABlawg as one of my ‘go to’ resources when reviewing matters impacting business activities on a day to day basis. In the course of reviewing contracts and on going operational matters prior readings of ABlawg has greatly improved my understanding of the law and how to review the facts surrounding the issue at hand. I will continue to be an avid follower of ABlawg.

  2. Really very helpful information in this post. thanks

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