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Blawg roundup

The February issue of the ABA Journal contained the winners of its annual Blawg 100, a contest of the best legal blogs in 12 categories, including news, trial practice, opinion and legal technology. The only winning blog I had heard of was Above the Law, which has been my (and I think everyone else's) ...

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  1. Above the Law is the functional equivalent of the cave paintings of adolescent boys on the hunt. (See Dale Guthrie’s The Nature of Paleolithic Art, for an excellent discussion.) It is sophomoric, vulgar, and not too bright. I’m surprised you tell people you read it. That you think “everyone” does disqualifies you from serious empirical research. Ordinarily, I’d say a person in your situation ought to get out more, but maybe that wouldn’t work here either.

  2. Hi Puskin, thanks for commenting. I have to say, you had me fooled. I would have pegged you as an avid ATL reader. Since you don’t read it I’d love to hear your thoughts on this post http://abovethelaw.com/2012/02/seeking-submissions-for-atls-lawyer-meme-contest/atl-lawyer-meme-2/ (some interpretation required)

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