BOW TIE LAW CHOSEN AS ONE OF THE ABA JOURNAL’S BLAWG 100

I am greatly honored that Bow Tie Law has been selected by the editors of the ABA Journal as one of THE ABA JOURNAL’S BLAWG 100. 
I want to thank everyone who nominated Bow Tie Law for this great recognition. I am very humbled by the ABA’s kind words describing my blog:

We value Joshua Gilliland’s Bow Tie Law blog—an exhaustive look at e-discovery issues—for being on the cutting edge of evidentiary news, and for explaining the nuts and bolts in a clear and concise manner. This attorney from Santa Clara, Calif., is also quite the snazzy dresser.

I started this blog to analyze eDiscovery cases and highlight solutions in reviewing ESI. I hope I have helped attorneys understand some of the “knotty” issues of electronically stored information. Again, thank you for this honor.

I will also continue to do my best to promote the maxim, “Bow Ties Are Cool.”

The ABA Journal is now asking readers to vote on their favorite Blawgs in each of the 5th Annual Blawg 100’s 12 categories. Please go to http://www.abajournal.com/blawg100 to register and vote. Voting ends at close of business on Dec. 30, 2011. Bow Tie Law is in the IP Law category.

Josh Gilliland is a California attorney who focuses his practice on eDiscovery. Josh is the co-creator of The Legal Geeks, which has made the ABA Journal Top Blawg 100 Blawg from 2013 to 2016 and was nominated for Best Podcast for the 2015 Geekie Awards. Josh has presented at legal conferences and comic book conventions across the United States. He also ties a mean bow tie.

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