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We’ve Been Named a Top 100 Legal Blog!

Top law blogs award Great news! The Daily Reviewer has just selected “California Labor & Employment Law” as one of its Top 100 Legal Blogs. We’re very excited by the recognition. A big thank you to the hard-working editors at the Daily Reviewer. Keep up the good work and we’ll keep on doing what we’ve been doing and hopefully stay on your list. To everyone else, be sure to check out the other 99 top legal blogs. It’s pretty rarefied company and we’re honored to have been included.

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12 Responses to We’ve Been Named a Top 100 Legal Blog!

  1. I know the drill. It seems hard to find the time to post. Some days you’re just not feeling it either. Scheduling and discipline are important for developing consistency for a blogger. Just write what you feel. Some of my most popular posts are the quick ones where I just go with the feeling and ad-lib!

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