There are many great litigation blogs. Here are some of my favorites:
Craig Ball’s Ball in Your Court. Craig is a scholar, a gentleman, and an exceptional attorney.
Sharon D. Nelson’s Ride the Lightning. Virginia State Bar President Nelson provides daily eDiscovery news and is a must for anyone interested in eDiscovery.
Ralph Losey’s e-Discovery Team is another excellent source of eDiscovery best practices and summaries of recent cases.
My good friend Drew Lewis (along with Phillip Favro & Dean Gonsowski) writes Recommind’s eDiscovery blog Mind Over Matters.
There are many other great legal thought leaders, from Michael Arkfeld to Jackson Palmer. Everyone of them does a great service to the practice of law. I recommend checking them all out as you consider your nominations for the ABA Journal Blawg 100.
I would be honored to have your nominations for both Bow Tie Law and The Legal Geeks with Jessica Mederson, if you enjoy my blogs.
To file your “Friend of the Blawg” brief, please visit http://www.abajournal.com/blawgs/blawg100_submit/
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, the Web 100 from 2017 to 2018, 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.