Top 50 Justice Blogs (yes, PaulsJusticeBlog is one of them)
Laws.com just published an article listing what they consider to be the top 50 justice blogs. Consistent with the sentiment of this site and my books, they note that while the U.S. has made some great strides toward equality, we have not reached or goal. (I'd say that we will never reach the goal; it will always be a struggle for more equality.) They suggest that an important part of the battle is increased awareness and thus want to bring attention to justice bloggers.
As the headline of this post notes, PaulsJusticeBlog is on the list (see #4). But I'm posting the link to the article - Fighting for Liberty and Justice for All (11/10/09)- to share the list with others and hope people will browse through it. I found several interesting blogs that I didn't know about: Howard Zehr has a restorative justice blog and I enjoyed the corporate justice blog. Yes, there are some questionable ones that don't seem to me to fit the description, but it is worth browsing.
Since I am writing about the blog, let me mention that I'm aware of promising more frequent posting that hasn't really happened. There was a bunch of work preparing for the national criminology conference and dealing with flu in the family. I'll be posting my presentation quite soon - I just need to make a few small change to make it suitable for posting on the web.