Melissa Lin

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Authoring some of the most widely read content on LexBlog is no small feat; our network of 23,000 legal bloggers and growing brings in more than 200 blog posts daily, adding up to about 6000 new posts every month. In an effort to recognize the incredible work of those contributing to the legal blogging community, LexBlog issues monthly Reader’s Choice Awards to those who authored the three most trafficked blog posts on LexBlog during the…
Last month, in an effort to recognize the incredible work of those contributing to the legal blogging community, LexBlog began issuing monthly Reader’s Choice Awards. The criteria is simple; the bloggers in our network who authored the three most trafficked blog posts during the previous month receive the award. Their blog page on LexBlog also receives an official emblem that links to the winning post. Authoring some of the most widely read content on…
So, how exactly does LexBlog work? How do we sort through 200 posts aggregated from 23,000 bloggers through our platform each day? On June 26th, Associate Editor, Melissa Lin answered these questions and more for curious viewers. We want to make sure everyone has a chance to learn more about how LexBlog makes editorial decisions, so we created a recorded video and transcription of Melissa’s presentation. The QA portion is also transcribed below. We hope…
Last week, I hosted a live webinar giving those interested a look into how the publishing team makes editorial decisions for our network of 22,000 bloggers (now 23,000). It was a joy to engage with bloggers who hoped to make their blogging more impactful, wanted to get more out of their relationship with LexBlog, or were simply interested in learning more about our legal publishing company. That webinar has led to many follow-up conversations with…
How does LexBlog’s publishing team make editorial decisions for a network of over 22,000 legal bloggers–and growing? On June 3, 2019, we hosted a webinar titled, “How LexBlog Makes Editorial Decisions” to give participants a peek under the hood. You can watch a recording of the webinar above and read the full transcript and edited Q&A portion below. If you have any questions about topics discussed, please e-mail melissa@lexblog.com at any time.   The transcript below…
Authoring some of the most widely read content on LexBlog is no small feat; our network of 22,000 legal bloggers (and growing) brings in about 200 blog posts daily, adding up to almost 6000 new posts every month. That is why starting today, in an effort to recognize the incredible work of those contributing to our network, LexBlog is issuing monthly “Reader’s Choice Awards” to three LexBloggers. The criteria is simple; the bloggers who authored…
Welcome back to another Top 10 in Law Blogs! The results are in for Dewey B Strategic’s “Hits and Misses Survey”, and the majority of consumers regarded 2018 as “a miss” for legal information. Jean O’Grady unpacks the deals that negatively impacted responders. Amira Hanem Ibrahim and Konstantin von Werder discuss Germany’s new Trade Secrets Act and its impact on scope of protections for journalists, whistleblowers, and employees. Gerry Riskin reports on the application of…
Selecting  just 10 posts for our weekly Top 10 in Law Blogs can sometimes be a challenge–but when our bloggers publish pieces that are not only timely and relevant to current events, but also help further crucial discussions about trauma in our modern society, our decision is that much easier. In this week’s installment, Jon Wainwright shares a podcast highlighting the work of Kansas University School of Law professor Jennifer Schmidt, who recently led a…
We’re back with another Top 10 in Law Blogs–Lexblog’s picks for the best blog posts from the legal community this week. The theme of this week appears to be growth and innovation. Kirk Hartley reports on Aurora, a new supercomputer that will apply AI technologies to advancing cancer research, climate modeling, and veterans’ health treatments. Elevate founder, Liam Brown, explains the company’s recent acquisition of five companies in less than three months to build a…
“What’s in a feed? That which we call a feed By any other name should work the same…but not always. “ While attempting to add a new blog to our network last week, I encountered an interesting issue. As part of LexBlog’s efforts to build and advance the world’s largest community of legal bloggers, publishing team member Chris Grim reached out to a law professor who blogs passionately about the intersection of culture, leadership, and innovation…