The American Bar Association’s list of the top 100 blawgs is out, and voting is open. Voting is open from now to Friday, Dec. 21st.
Once again, no ERISA-related blogs are on the list, but, as we all know, everyone on the list, and everyone reading the list, either has a qualified plan, or should have a qualified plan, so, as Cub fans say, there is always next year. I am happy to see that TaxProf made the list again this year (even though I was expecting it because he has made every ABA Top 100 Blog list since the ABA has been compiling the list). TaxProf is written by Prof. Paul Caron of the University of Cincinnati College of Law. (Go Bearcats!) This is the last year I will share a UC Law connection with Prof. Caron because he is moving to Pepperdine at the end of this school year.
Oddest blog on the list is ZombieLaw by Josh Warren, which is devoted to documenting when judges and litigators cite to the living dead. I haven’t had a chance to read many entries, but am hoping it is somewhere between The Walking Dead and Jerry Garcia post-1995, but for lawyers and judges.