We blush (a near-cringe might be more accurate) to do this, but I suppose it’s incumbent upon us as a publisher in Law Land to let you know that the ABA is compiling its annual list of what they–with considerable assistance from people like you–think are the “top 100” law-related websites.

You can vote for any site(s) you wish.  We’re recusing ourselves, for obvious reasons, as well as the ABA’s use of the odious term “b****,” but the ballot is here.

And for the record, you’re not reading a “b****.”  You’re reading an online publication.  I daresay our readers appreciate the distinction.

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