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International Law Observer one of the Top 25 International & Foreign Law Blogs of 2011!

LexisNexis Top 25 International & Foreign Law Blogs of 2011Dear readers,

as we announced in an earlier post two weeks ago, International Law Observer was named one of the nominated candidates for the Top 25 International & Foreign Law Blogs of 2011, featured on the LexisNexis International & Foreign Law Community. It now turns out that our blog has indeed been selected as one of the LexisNexis Top 25 International & Foreign Law Blogs of 2011! You can read the full announcement. The full list of honorees consists of the following blogs:

  1. Absolvitor – Scots Law Blog  
  2. Afro-ip
  3. Au fil du droit (French Law) blog
  4. China Law Blog
  5. Conflict of Laws.net
  6. Cultural heritage lawyer Blogspot
  7. Derecho Internacional Publico
  8. Droit & Culture Juridique
  9. Embassy Law blog
  10. European Journal of International Law
  11. Fallos DIPr – Argentine Private international law blog
  12. Gibbs: Law and Life
  13. Global Regulatory Law Enforcement Blog
  14. International Commercial Law Blog
  15. International Judicial Monitor
  16. International Law Observer
  17. International Law Reporter
  18. JuridicOnline
  19. La Cultura Jurídica
  20. Legal Frontiers
  21. The International Criminal Law Bureau Blog
  22. The Korean Law Blog
  23. Transblawg 
    **survey lists as Continental Law Transblawg**
  24. Wardblawg’s Scots Law Blog
  25. Yale Law Library: International and Foreign Law Blog

As you’ll note, voting for THE top blog will now begin, and will end Wednesday November 30th. According to the announcement: “The Top 25 group includes some of the best talent in the blogosphere and creates an invaluable content aggregate for all segments of the International & Foreign Law practice. Most good blogs provide frequent posts on timely topics, but the authors in this year’s collective take their blogs to a different level by providing insightful commentary that demonstrates how blogs can—and do—impact and influence the world of international and foreign law.

At this point, we at International Law Observer would like to thank our readers. Without your regular visits on the website, this success would not have been possible.

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