Update on the Contest
January 10, 2018 § 21 Comments
Back in November I reported that the BCPB had come in second overall in the Expert Institute’s Best Legal Blogs contest. As I posted here on November 8, that is quite an achievement thanks to all of you.
I reckoned that that was the end of that, but I was wrong.
During the holidays a package arrived in the mail from the Expert Institute. Inside was an attractive box adorned with a blue ribbon.
Inside was this letter …
As promised also enclosed was an iPad, new and unopened, sealed in its own packaging. Wow. Something I never expected. Oh, and add in two pens, a journal, and a t-shirt.
So, once again, thanks to all of you who voted. You brought the blog this recognition and earned me this prize. And to whomever made the nomination and started this process, thank you.
It’s heartening to know I have a loyal readership. I hope each of you gets a sound return on the investment of time you make reading here. Thanks again.
Congratulations, Judge Primeaux !! Well deserved !!
This is great! Congrats! I direct people to info on your blog all the time….especially when they want to argue with me!
Well done. You should offer the prizes to your loyal readers.
Each new post is a prize. Congrats again, Your Honor!
Next time trial judges get a raise from the legislature I will begin doing just that.
That’s over my pay grade. Surely there is some rule about this.
Congratulations! This is well deserved and such a benefit to us that practice family law. Thank you.
Congratulations! I just want to know who came in first??
First place went to the “Workplace Privacy, Data Management & Security Report”
Well deserved. Thank you for dedicated (and extremely helpful) service. P.S. you and Ed made me laugh. Thanks for that too.
Congratulations, it is well deserved. Thank you for your informative and helpful posts, they have improved my practice greatly.
Congrats Judge, I will imagine you are wearing that T-Shirt under your robe the next time I am in your Court. Happy New Year.
Congratulations! I am but a lowly secretary, and I love to read your blog!
Thanks from a lowly chancellor. Most law offices could function without puffed-up senior partners, but would collapse without secretaries.
Well deserved Learned Chancellor Primeaux!
Congratulations and Happy New Year!
Thank for your time and effort on behalf of the Bar.
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Congratulations, a “major award” and well deserved. You may not be aware of how much practicing attorneys use your blog. My office checks it first thing each day and our practice is only in Chancery is in estates, conservatorships and guardianships. .
Congrats judge well deserved. Can we now start citing you as authority in our briefs?!