Archive for the ‘Clawbies’ Category

Ah, the end of the year, and it’s time to nominate my favourite law blogs for a Clawbie. But before I do, a few musings on the writing form of blogging. Has it become passĂ©? I know I have posted much less this year than normal years, fearing I have nothing left to say. And […]

This is the first year in several that I didn’t get my picks for the Clawbie Awards out. Steve Matthews got notification out in plenty of time (beginning of December!) and I even had my sugggestions ready in my head (On Firmer Ground! Administrative Law Matters!) but before I knew it, the end of the year […]

It’s awards time again! Hard to believe it was a year ago that Brenda and I won the 2010 Clawbie award for Best Law Librarian blog! Here are my nominations for the 2011 award: PitbLAWg: This is the writing of a whole firm of lawyers (full disclosure: I used to work for Pitblado). After a […]

Well, Brenda and I snagged a ClawBie for Best Law Librarian blog! What a way to end the year! Thanks so much to Steve Matthews and Jordan Furlong and everyone else at Stem for the work they put into this. I know when I was coming up with my nominations I was overwhelmed with the […]

Well, it’s that time of year again, and I’ve left it a little to the last minute. There are so many great law blogs out there, it’s really getting hard to choose. There are all the heavy hitters, like Jordan Furlong, Slaw, and Connie Crosby who do great work year in and year out and […]

As you can see from the badge proudly on display on the right, Library technician dialog was a finalist in the 2009 Canadian Law Blogs (or Clawbies) awards. Although the awards are given in fun, it’s still a great honour for Brenda and I to be recognized by our peers for our little rants! (Well, […]

As Karen posted a few days ago, it’s Clawbies season! Working on the ever-growing directory at has been one of my most enjoyable roles as a Stem-ployee, and I am always amazed at how active and dedicated the community of Canadian legal bloggers is. The sheer variety of subject matter and the quality of […]