Since its inception in 2010, the Wexler Wallace blog has endeavored to be a site that informs consumers, businesses and the legal community alike to the issues of the day that affect our readers and our practice. We’ve written about everything from the legal implications of 3-D printers to analysis of the recent Hobby Lobby Supreme Court decision. We’ve penned several articles about mandatory binding arbitration agreements and even showed you our non-legal side with our yearly volunteer outing. And don’t forget our willingness to call out those individuals and corporations we deem worthy of our Hall of Shame.
We hope you’ve come to think of this blog as both a source of information and inspiration. And if so, we’d love your help getting the judges of the ABA Law Blawg 100 to take notice of our corner of the Internet.
If you are a reader of this blog and have found our posts informational or entertaining, please consider nominating us for the 2014 ABA Top Law Blawgs. The form to nominate us (or any of your favorite legal blogs) can be found here . Let the ABA know in 500 words or less why you think we should be included in this distinguished group. Remember when you submit the form that our URL is blog.wexlerwallace.com. Submissions are due no later than 5 p.m. ET on Aug. 8, 2014.
And even if we’re not nominated, we promise to continue writing about the topics that matter to us and, hopefully, to you as well.