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McGlinchey Stafford’s CAFA Law Blog Named One of the Most Influential Legal BlogsRead Time: 2 mins
McGlinchey Stafford’s CAFA Law Blog was recognized yet again for its outstanding content, this time as one of the nation’s 77 most influential legal blogs (blawg), by TechnoLawyer in its recently released e-book, Blawg World 2007.
Blawg World 2007 features the best essays of the year from its pick of the most influential blawgs, and highlighted McGlinchey Stafford’s entry Down Goes Frazier, written by CAFA Law Blog co-founder and Co-Editor-in-Chief Hunter Twiford and former analyst Adam Gates.
Blawg World 2007, in recognizing the blog and McGlinchey Stafford’s efforts, contained the following description in “About the Blawgs:”
The CAFA Law Blog is the leading online resource for information, case analyses, and insights regarding the Class Action Fairness Act of 2005, better known as “CAFA.”
Since the CAFA Law Blog’s inception, the McGlinchey Stafford attorneys creating, writing for and editing the blog have worked hard to use a non-legalistic, entertaining writing style to report on legal issues that arise under CAFA. Their objective has been – and continues to be – to have fun writing the blog, and to distinguish themselves from the pack through their creative posts, and they don’t mind poking a little fun at themselves and each other from time to time. The highlighted CAFA Law Blog post, Down Goes Frazier, exemplifies the blog’s non-traditional writing approach and light tone, despite the serious legal issues covered by the blog.
About CAFA Law Blog – www.cafalawblog.com
McGlinchey Stafford, PLLC publishes the CAFA Law Blog, an interactive website found at www.cafalawblog.com. The CAFA Law Blog is the leading online resource for the Class Action Fairness Act of 2005, and virtually every case involving CAFA issues decided anywhere in the country is available on the blog, with commentary and analysis of the decisions. The blog, in its efforts to provide “one-stop CAFA shopping,” also highlights law review and other scholarly articles on CAFA topics, information about relevant seminars, “guest posts” by professors and other practitioners, vendors offering CAFA-related services and other resources.