ScotsLawBlog nominated: Top 25 International & Foreign Law Blogs of 2011

by ScotsLawBlog on November 1, 2011

I am very pleased to announce that ScotsLawBlog has been nominated as a candidate for the Top 25 International & Foreign Law Blogs of 2011. And it’s great to see that this is not the only Scottish law blog listed: Absolvitor by Iain Nisbet is also nominated for the prize. Iain had outlined earlier this year that Scottish legal blogging was in a healthy state and I think that other Scottish law blogs may also be worth consideration for nomination.

A leading global provider of content-enabled workflow solutions, with particular specialism working with the legal profession, LexisNexis will be announcing the final list of the 25 honourees after the comment period for nominations has closed on November 11.

Comment and vote

Please do vote for ScotsLawBlog and/or your favourite international law blog by following LexisNexis’s instructions:-

To “talk up” or nominate your favorite Int’l & Foreign blog, you’ll need to be a registered community member and be logged in. If you haven’t registered previously, follow this link  to create a new registration or use your sign in credentials from your favorite social media site. Registration is free! Once you are logged in, scroll all the way to the very bottom of this page. You should see a comment box… Add a comment in the box at the bottom of the page to vote or nominate your favorite blog, and that’s it!

Please do also share this news with your contacts and please visit Top 25 International & Foreign Law Blogs of 2011 and comment at the bottom of the page.

Your support is, as always, very much appreciated.

Best wishes,

Gavin Ward,

Founder of ScotsLawBlog.Top 25 International and Foreign Law Blogs Nominees


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