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Arbitration Nation Named Among 100 Best Blawgs of 2012!

By Liz Kramer | November 27, 2012 in Uncategorized

This blog might as well have been called Arbitration Elation on November 26!  Not only was there a new arbitration decision from the Supreme Court, which only happens a couple times a year, but editors of the ABA Journal announced that they selected Arbitration Nation as one of the 100 best blogs in the country for a legal audience.  Arbitration Nation was the only arbitration blog on the list.  (Please check out some of the other blogs on the list — it is a stellar group of blogs on a wide variety of legal subjects.)

Thank you to all of you who nominated this blog for the Blawg 100 list.  And, if you missed your opportunity to vote, it’s not too late!  Until Dec. 21, the ABA Journal is asking for votes to help them differentiate among the top 100 (Arbitration Nation is in the “niche” category).  Needless to say, I’d love your continued support.

 

 

 

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