Looking For a Three-Peat – The ABA Blawg 100

August 22, 2011

It’s that time of year again when we at FDA Law Blog turn to our loyal readers and say:  “Our fellow Blogerians, Ask not what your blog can do for you – ask what you can do for your blog.”  Yes, the American Bar Association (“ABA”) announced that it is now accepting 2011 nominations for the Blawg 100 (the top 100 legal blogs – or “blawgs” – in the blogosphere).  With your help we made the top 100 list the past two years.  This year, with your help once again, we are hoping to add another championship ring (ok, it’s really a badge for posting on the blog) and join the list of winning teams with three-peat occurrences.

We ask that FDA Law Blog readers use the ABA’s Blawg 100 Amici Form and nominate FDA Law Blog!  Although it’s called a “friend-of-the-blawg brief,” filling out the form will take only a couple of minutes.  In fact, you only have 500 characters to say why you’re a fan of the blog.  Remember, when you complete the nomination form, our URL is www.fdalawblog.net.  (There are other blawgs out there with – gasp! – curiously similar URLs and/or names to FDA Law Blog.  But, hey, imitation is the best form of flattery, right?)  Friend-of-the-blawg briefs are due no later than Friday, September 9th.

ABA editors make the final decisions about what’s included in the Blawg 100.  We hope they’ll be impressed with what our readers have to say about us.  Thank you!

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