ABlawg a Runner up for 2014 Clawbie

The Canadian Law Blog Awards (Clawbies) for 2014 were announced this morning, and ABlawg is very pleased to have been recognized as a runner up in the category of Best Law School/Law Professor Blog. One of ABlawg’s nominees, Paul Daly’s Administrative Law Matters, took the top spot in the category this year. Our colleague Lisa Silver, who teaches criminal law, was also a runner up in the category for her Ideablawg.  And, our colleague John Paul Boyd from the Canadian Research Institute on Law and the Family – also one of our nominees – was recognized in the category of Best New Blogs for his blog Access To Justice in Canada.

We extend our thanks to all of our nominators and the Clawbies selection committee, and our congratulations to all the winners, runners up and nominees.

ABlawg looks forward to continued engagement with our readers in 2015. Happy New Year!

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One Response to ABlawg a Runner up for 2014 Clawbie

  1. Susan Wright says:

    Congratulations ABlawg! And a heartfelt thank you to all the ABlawg contributors who continue to provide top quality commentary on the critical legal issues of our time.
    Happy New Year and all the best in 2015.

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