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ArbitrationNation Marks 5th Year On ABA’s Blawg 100 List

By Liz Kramer | November 29, 2016 in Year In Review

Editors of the ABA Journal  have selected ArbitrationNation as one of the top 100 best “blawgs” for a legal audience.  This marks the fifth consecutive year that this blog has made the cut.  (See the full list here.)  It remains the only arbitration blog on the list.

Thank you to everyone who nominated Arbitration Nation and also to everyone who shares my passion for arbitration law.  Your feedback and nudges and comments often give me the energy I need to keep writing.

In a complete embarrassment of riches, I also received this award this week.

p.s. If this is your first time visiting ArbitrationNation – Welcome! If you want to know what it’s all about, these “listicles” are a good place to start: Five biggest surprises in arbitration law; Five states most hostile to arbitration; Five arbitration cases you should know; Five biggest surprises in the arbitration process; Five things that should really be in your arbitration agreement.

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