Jan. 6, 2020
Students, faculty and alumni win Clawbie awards
The Canadian Law Blog Awards (Clawbies) showcase every form of digital publishing in the Canadian legal community: blogs, podcasts, videos, social accounts, legal newsletters, platform commentaries, CanLII Connects, white papers, a stellar SSRN account, or a serial magazine column.
Best Bloggers on a Platform or Shared Blog: recognizes an outstanding individual author on a group blog.
Professor Nigel Bankes (ABlawg)
Citing his “great analysis of everything going on in energy law, particularly in Alberta,” readers call him “the blogger’s blogger” who sets the standard for his fellow authors at ABlawg.
Best Twitter Accounts
Joshua Sealy-Harrington (@JoshuaSealy) (alumnus)
Dubbed “a true force on this site this past year,” Joshua Sealy-Harrington received many nominations and was praised for “bringing conceptual clarity to everything he touches.”
Best Student Projects
Created by Pro Bono Students Canada, the U of Calgary Faculty of Law and CJSW, Hearsay is a public legal education podcast. Law students conduct interviews with lawyers, judges, academics, journalists on timely and interesting topics.
Congrats to all of the winners!