Great news! The ABA Journal has named the Center for Law and Religion Forum as one of the top 100 blogs on law in its annual survey, the “Blawg 100.” We’re in the “Niche” category, which includes longtime powerhouses like Religion Clause and TaxProf. In naming us, the ABA Journal quoted reader Andrew Kloster, who wrote that CLR Forum “highlights interesting news in law and religion that no other such blawg highlights. Its commentary is incisive and fair. Its point of view is unique among blawgs for taking seriously varied religious traditions rather than mocking them or treating them in a lowest-common-denominator fashion.” (Thanks, Andrew!).
We’re grateful to the ABA Journal and our readers and delighted to know you find our work useful. The ABA Journal is now asking readers to select their favorites from each of the survey’s categories, including our own “Niche” category. Voting began yesterday and will continue until December 20. Please vote for us by clicking here and following the links. We also have a permalink to the ABA Journal over on the right. Thanks!