Local Law Site Nominated for Webby

Jurist, a legal news and information web portal operated by my Pitt Law colleague Bernie Hibbitts, has been nominated for a Webby Award as the best law website of 2006.

Part of the selection process is VOTING by SURFERS like you and me. If you think that Jurist deserves a Webby, go to the voting site at http://peoplesvoice.webbyawards.com/register.mhtml, register to vote, and vote!

(In my best Bartles & Jaymes voice) Professor Hibbitts and the University of Pittsburgh School of Law thank you for your support.

Winners will be announced on May 9.


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