Divorce Law Journal Is Being Read

Justia Legal Resources follows more than 1800 legal blogs, covering many legal fields. This week Divorce Law Journal ranks #1 among the family law blogs out of 52 total, and #58 among all 1845 legal blogs. I don’t track their rankings regularly but I was pleased to see this. I don’t claim to know how they do their numbers, but all legal bloggers like to believe their sites are being read.

Justia Legal Resources follows more than 1800 legal blogs, covering many legal fields. This week Divorce Law Journal ranks #1 among the family law blogs out of 52 total, and #58 among all 1845 legal blogs. I don’t track their rankings regularly but I was pleased to see this. I don’t claim to know how they do their numbers, but all legal bloggers like to believe their sites are being read. Mike Stevens of Kentucky Law Review joked to me that the rankings of this site increased in April even as it was dark for a couple of weeks when the trial calendar was overwhelming. Go figure.

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