The 2007 Blawggies: Dennis Kennedy’s Best Law-Related Blogging Awards

What is the end of the year without a “best of” list or a blog award? For a third year, lawyer, consultant, speaker and writer Dennis Kennedy has put together his picks for the 2007 Blawggies, the law-related blog awards.

Here’s the “executive summary” of the award winners. I do encourage you to read the whole post for details and the honorable mention choices.

2007 Blawggie Award Categories and Winners.

1. Best Overall Law-Related Blog – Tom Collins’ More Partner Income

2. The Marty Schwimmer Best Practice-Specific Legal Blog – Ken Adams’ AdamsDrafting

3. Best Law Practice Management Blog – Tom Collins’ More Partner Income

4. Best Legal Blog Category – Law Librarian Blogs, Non-US Law-related Blogs and Solo Lawyer Blogs (Tie)

5. Best Legal Blog Digest – Stark County Law Library Blog

6. Best Blawg About Legal Blawgging – Kevin O’Keefe’s Real Lawyers Have Blogs

7. Best Legal Podcast – Bob Ambrogi’s and Craig Williams’ Lawyer2Lawyer Podcast

8. The Sherry Fowler Best Writing on a Legal Blog Award – Ernest Svenson’s Ernie the Attorney

9. Best Law Professor Blog – Jim Maule’s Mauled Again

10. Best New Law-related Blog – Doug Cornelius’s KM Space

11. Best Legal Technology Blog – DennisKennedy.Blog

12. Most Important Trend in Law-related Blogging – Niche Blogs

Read the full blog post about the awards, his picks, and why he has given himself the Best Legal Technology Blog award.

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Comments

  1. Thanks Connie for this post; very impressive award winners.

  2. The acknowledgments of blog as being well-focused and playing a part in redefining the way things are really helps the blogging community in come back with fresh vigour and force. These awards prove to be an inspiration for the bloggers to come back with better content and interesting features.
    In fact its just two days back that a IP blog has been hailed as one raising the stardards of IPR law in India. SpicyIP as it is called, has been reported as influencing the policy-framing exercise [click here for the full article]
    Keep rising bloggers. Have a good time this year as well.
    New Year wishes to you.