Justia’s Top 10 Lists for September 2011


Here is a rundown of September’s highest scoring lawyers on Justia Legal Answers, along with a look at which Onward blog and Facebook posts readers viewed the most.

Justia Legal Answers’ Top 10 Legal Answerers for September 2011

  1. Jon Matthew Martinez, 850 points, 17 answers
  2. David Philip Shapiro, Esq., 500 points, 10 answers
  3. J. Richard Kulerski, Esq., 380 points, 8 answers
  4. Brian F. LaBovick Esq., 340 points, 8 answers
  5. Herbert G. Farber Esq., 326 points, 10 answers
  6. Andrew John Hawes, 280 points, 6 answers
  7. Anthony J. Pietrafesa, 280 points, 6 answers
  8. Mark A. Siesel, 250 points, 5 answers
  9. Robert Neal Katz, 250 points, 5 answers
  10. Mark Steven Humphreys, 200 points, 4 answers

Our Top 10 September Onward blog posts:Hurricane Irene

  1. Roadblock in Cameron Todd Willingham Investigation
  2. Ninth Circuit Holds Unconstitutional Arizona Law Targeting Same-Sex Partners of State Employees
  3. President Obama Attends LinkedIn Town Hall in Mountain View, CA
  4. Amazon Will Gladly Pay Taxes Tuesday For No Taxes Today
  5. Judicial Conference Approves PACER Fee Increase
  6. The Netflix Law: Privacy Law Stalls Facebook Integration
  7. App Review: Quisitive, Finding a great company name on the go on your iPhone
  8. Cornell LII & Weblaws.org Visit Justia
  9. Universal Citation for State Codes

Our Top 10 September Facebook Posts:

  1. A Start-Up Takes On Procter & Gamble Over a Name
  2. 7 charged in Great Neck North SAT scandal
  3. Even Those Cleared of Crimes Can Stay on F.B.I.’s Terrorist Watch List
  4. Whatever your personal opinion about the national health care reform law is, how do you think the U.S. Supreme Court would decide the case?
  5. Should Jurors Take a “No Internet” Pledge? The Merits of One Judge’s Simple Proposal
  6. $1.4 Million Judgement in Jimi Hendrix Trademark Case Reduced to a Mere $110,000
  7. Facebook extends tentacles into D.C., forms political action committee
  8. Read the decision (http://j.st/c7y ) where the judge ruled that “Righthaven [can’t] claim with a straight face that it has been harmed.”
  9. How Much Is Truly at Stake in the Legal Battle Over Obamacare?
  10. The free law advocates at Justia welcoming President Obama to Mountain View 🙂

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