Best-of-2011 lists and awards

by Walter Olson on December 30, 2011

Listicles and award contests from around the blawgosphere: Popehat on censorious clowns, Legal Ethics Forum, Trask on class action cases and articles, White Collar Crime Law Prof, Heritage on worst federal regs, Greenfield on best criminal law blawg post (and winner), Faces of Lawsuit Abuse (Chamber) on most ridiculous lawsuits, Balko on worst prosecutor (and finalists).

P.S. From The Week, “8 craziest lawsuits of 2011.” This in turn prompted a NYC personal injury attorney named David Waterbury, taking up valuable real estate at Eric Turkewitz’s, to write a counter-article saying the cases weren’t so bad, which involved me in the comments section after I observed Waterbury spreading the trial lawyer-favored line that the “Kara Walton” series of bogus lawsuit stories was a purposeful political fabrication.

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1 Carey Gage 12.30.11 at 3:36 pm

I take that “listicles” refers to an article about (or consisting of) lists. What, then, is the proper appellation for an article about (or consisting of) tests?

2 DensityDuck 01.03.12 at 12:29 pm

I love the notion of an urban legend about the origin of an urban legend. It’s So Meta Even This Acronym.

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