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I'm unreasonably chuffed to see that Popehat has made the ABA Journal's Blawg 100. I'm mostly pleased because it puts us in such excellent company. Thanks to Nathaniel Burney at The Criminal Lawyer, who nominated us (possibly as a prank, or as performance art) and had some kind words.

If you're visiting us for the first time through the ABA Journal, you'll find us to be a rather odd lot. We do blog about law — when it moves us. But we're just as likely to blog about politics or art or geek culture.

If you are interested in the intersection of law and the security state, you might enjoy our posts on the TSA or the War on Drugs. If First Amendment issues are more to your taste, consider our posts about SLAPP suits. If law culture is your think, check out posts on lawyers behaving badly or on bad legal marketing. But whether law fascinates you or bores you, don't miss David when he's talking about art, or Patrick when he's in a satirical or social-commentary mood.

Welcome. Don't mind us; we're always like this.

And make sure to check out the rest of the Blawg 100: we are not worthy to be in such company.

Last 5 posts by Ken White

7 Comments

7 Comments

  1. Patrick  •  Dec 1, 2011 @1:02 pm

    This is appalling. I'll have to write something extremely offensive to remedy the problem.

  2. David  •  Dec 1, 2011 @2:08 pm

    If this is indeed the will of the ABA, then Popehat will see it done.

  3. shg  •  Dec 1, 2011 @3:24 pm

    If ever there was proof you've lost your edge…

  4. Ken  •  Dec 1, 2011 @3:57 pm

    Haven't you been on the list every year? And you're still perfectly misanthropic.

  5. Piper  •  Dec 2, 2011 @4:55 pm

    You forgot the 'anatomy of a scam' series, which has obviously brought both fame and fortune!

  6. Scott Jacobs  •  Dec 2, 2011 @5:21 pm

    Well, fame at least…

  7. staghounds  •  Dec 6, 2011 @9:55 am

    I quit reading ABA publications many years ago, when the letters column of the ABA journal became dedicated to the previous issues lack of sufficient depiction of Black/Gay/Woman/Latino/ etc. lawyers. I'll look at the Blawg 100 for a laugh.