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David Lat, who runs Above the Law, gave Omar Ha-Redeye mention for winning the 2010 Blawg Review of the Year. Also see the mention by Colin Samuels at Infamy or Praise.
Omar Ha-Redeye won the 2010 Blawg Review of the Year for his contribution in Blawg Review 278. Blawg Review is an international blog carnival, featuring blog posts from the legal community. The Blawg Review of the Year is selected by the readership through submissions to the editor. See the announcement
Blawg Review #278 is live on Law is Cool, recognizing the International Day for the Remembrance of the Slave Trade and its Abolition. For previous episodes of Blawg Review by Omar Ha-Redeye, see Blawg Review #228 and Blawg Review #249. Reviews of this episode can be found at: Above the
Charon QC points out that for four weeks Blawg Review will be headed by Canadians, starting with Blawg Review #249. Rania Combs also mentioned it on her site: Blawg Review is a roundup of the best recent legal blogs, hosted each week by a different site. This week’s edition was