There is good news though... the latest Blawg 100 shows my immense impact on the selection process. For example, the ABA accepted "amicus briefs," recommending blawgs for the list. I submitted only one, and that one was on behalf of Jon Hyman for the Ohio Employer's Law Blog. Sure enough, he made the list for (I think) the first time! Why?
Also, last year I took a moment to recognize the employment law blogs on the list. This year, the ABA included a separate "In Labor" category recognizing the top employment law blogs on the list. Coincedence?
Finally, the list includes Josh Blackman's Blog. And why is that? Because
In all seriousness, congratulations to everyone on the list. I recognize a lot of the employment law bloggers from Twitter, so in the hopes of making this post actually useful in some way, here they are:
- Connecticut Employment Law Blog's Daniel Schwartz is @danielschwartz
- Jon Hyman is @jonhyman
- Delaware Employment Law Blog has multiple authors including Molly DiBianca as @MollyDiBi
- Work Matters' Mike Maslanka is @worklawyer
Posted by Philip Miles, an employment lawyer with McQuaide Blasko in State College, Pennsylvania.