As we just announced on Clawbies.ca, the nomination period is now open for the 2009 Canadian Law Blog Awards, with the awards list set to be released on New Year’s Eve.
This is the fourth year we’ve held the awards, and similar to last year, we’re bringing back the social nomination to let everyone share their favourite Canadian law blogs! You can read more about he nomination process on Clawbies.ca, but here’s a quick rundown on the 2009 rules:
- You can tweet your nomination on Twitter, but please include the hashtag text: #clawbies2009. We’ll be monitoring!
- You can also email in your favourite blog, along with a sample post or two, or any other notable highlights to Steve Matthews at firstname.lastname@example.org. It’s not a public nomination, but still perfectly acceptable.
- And perhaps the most influential method, write a blog post about three other Canadian law blogs you currently read and tell us why those blogs are important to you.
- If you are nominating via your blog, remember to act like a humble Canadian and tell us NOTHING about your own blog. In return, we promise the nominator’s blog will receive a thorough review, as will your suggested peers, PLUS you get a chance to plug a fellow Canadian blogger!
- Don’t include or suggest categories. We’ll figure out that part.
- You don’t have to be a Canadian to make a nomination.
- Don’t bother nominating Jordan Furlong. Feel free to say nice things about him, but he’s kinda conflicted now. :)
- And finally, we’re on the look out for sleeper picks! That fantastic blog flying under the radar!
Vote early and vote often! (pretend that volume counts, even if it doesn’t…) And have fun promoting the Canadian legal blogosphere.