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Please Nominate “Nevada Coverage Law” For The 2013 ABA Journal Blawg 100 Award

Blog NominationSince 2007, the American Bar Association has annually recognized 100 law blogs that are helpful, creative and engaging.  Mills & Associates believes that our Nevada Coverage Law blog should join the list of ABA Blawg Honorees in 2013.

Before casting your votes however, we need a few of our diehard Blog readers to nominate the Nevada Coverage Law for this honor.  Nominations are due on or before August 9, 2013.  So please browse to the ABA’s Nomination Submission Link and respond to the questions there.  Since we can’t nominate ourselves, we must rely on the readers to help us.

When you get to the Nomination Submission Page you will be asked to identify yourself by name, city, employer and email address.

The form then asks you to fill in the “Blawg URL” and a link to a great 2013 post from the blog.


Here is the URL that you can copy and paste:

To create a direct link, just right click on any of the blog titles and select “Copy link address”  on the pull down menu, then paste it in the Add A Direct Link Field.  For example, if you liked the blog post on Examinations Under Oath you could paste:

Then answer the rest of the questions truthfully and push the Submit button:


If you need reasons to nominate the Nevada Coverage Law blog, keep in mind that Mills & Associates has published the Nevada Coverage Law blog since 2007.  That is six years of information available to our readers.

In addition, our posts are fresh and dependable.  We provide a new and original post every other week on average with useful and well presented content.

Finally, members of both sides of the aisle find the blog to be a good starting point for their Nevada legal research.

In answer to that final question, Nevada Law Blogs has a twitter presence @NevadaLawBlogs where we invite others to our posts through this micro-blogging site.

So if you will please, browse to the nominations page and fill out this questionnaire, we would be deeply indebted.

Thanks again to our readers for making us an often read and referenced resource for the Nevada Law Community.