Report on the Contest
November 8, 2017 § 14 Comments
Some weeks ago I enlisted your participation in The Expert Institute’s Best Legal Blog contest.
In doing so I expected a few hundred favorable votes, taking into account that I have a few more than 860 followers. Imagine my surprise, then when it was called to my attention that the blog finished first in its category on the closing day, November 3, with 2187 votes, besting the Lawyers Rock blog by some 83 votes.
In fact, TBCPB finished second overall among all blogs in every category, second only to the Workplace, Data Management & Security Report, which received 2371 votes. You can see the vote totals at this link.
Thanks to each and every one who voted, and thanks to all of you who read this. I hope you continue to benefit from it. By the way, last year your votes added this blog to the ABA’s Best Legal Blogs list. So we are on a roll.
The Expert Institute says it is tallying votes and will notify the winners. I presume they are examining hanging chads and will make a definitive ruling soon.
In the meantime, I appreciate the vote of confidence. It helps keep me motivated.
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Learned Chancellor Primeaux
Thanks for sharing the great news about your blog
and the recognition received that is so well and
We appreciate you and your great work!
Congratulations!! No matter what, I read this blog every morning. Thanks for your hard work!!
Well-deserved! And thank you again for taking the time to teach us!
Judge, Not in your Court very often but look forward to reading your blog. I feel like we should all get CLE credits. Congratulations and keep the faith.
Very well deserved! We are all so thankful for your great resource.
Congratulations Chancellor— I wait with great expectation for your blog.
Please keep it up
The cream of the crop. Congratulations
Very well deserved.
I have to admit that I may have voted more than once and may have solicited some cross-over votes and solicited voters from outside the precinct. But they all were alive when the votes were cast.)
GREAT JOB AND SO VERY USEFUL!
Judge, it is us, the practitioners, thanking you for the blog. It has proven invaluable to us over time. Though I have not had the pleasure of appearing in your court, through this blog I will feel comfortable doing so, if I am prepared. Please keep the blog going.
Judge Primeaux, you deserve the honor and more. You have taught us all so much more than we could have learned in law school and every voter appreciates your efforts to make the mire clear.
Congratulations Larry. Well deserved