Jessica and I are deeply humbled to have made the ABA Journal Blawg 100 for the fourth time. We are honored people enjoy our blog.
Thank you to everyone who nominated us and the editors at the ABA Journal.
We work hard to have fun with the law and pop culture. There was no shortage of great topics to blog about, thanks to all of the comic book and science fiction movies/TV shows that came out in 2016.
We also have had a great time attending Cons this year. Here are just a few of the highlights:
We had an the Mock Trial of the Winter Soldier at San Diego Comic Fest;
Presented five panels at the first San Francisco Comic Con;
Presented at Long Beach Comic Con for the first time;
Moderated the Firefly panel at Alien Con with Jewel Staite; and
Presented at San Diego Comic Con with my brother on Supergirl and Star Trek with California Supreme Court Justice Mariano-Florentino Cuellar.
I want to thank all of our guest bloggers for their posts: Neel Chatterjee who helped us celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Star Trek; Sylvia La Rosa, Christina McAmis, Kean Zimmerman, and Jordon Huppert for honoring the 75th Anniversary of Captain America; Brad Blanchard for asking who owns the Millennium Falcon; Megan Smith analyzing the HIPAA violations in Doctor Strange; and Jack Yang who took on the data security issues in the X-Men. Stay tune for upcoming guest posts on Star Wars to celebrate Rogue One.
Thank you to all of our readers and the ABA Journal for making 2016 awesome.
From the Mock Trial of the Winter Soldier
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