At the end of the year, publishers of all kinds stop to gaze at their navels and toot their own horns. Us, too. Look, we’re not sorry. It’s fun to look back and see what worked and what didn’t.

But really, this post is about you. It’s about what subjects and writers most interested you or provoked you, and—presumably—it’s what you want more of.

So here’s the best of Lawyerist, 2011 edition:

Our most-read articles of 2011

These are the articles that got the most attention this year. They may not have been provocative enough for comment (see below), but more of you read (and re-read) these articles than any others.

  1. Best Law Firm Websites in 2011
  2. Try Neat? NeatDesk Document Scanner Review
  3. Proper Deposition Objections
  4. Dress for Success: Fashionable, Professional Bags for Women Lawyers
  5. Using Microsoft Word Online

Our most-discussed articles of 2011

These are the articles that drove you to comment, whether it was to tell us what idiots we are, or voice words of encouragement. There are some topics about which everyone seems to have an opinion, and these were those in 2011.

  1. Should Lawyerist Cave to Trademark Bullying? (Poll)
  2. Is Google Docs Practical in a Law Practice?
  3. Hosting a WordPress Website for Your Law Firm
  4. Lawyers Do Not Always Have to Wear Suits
  5. Get Your Law Blog Off Your Law Firm Website

Our most-popular writers in 2011

Come on, who doesn’t love a popularity contest! These are the writers who got most of your attention in 2011. [Sam swears he didn’t cheat. –Ed.]

  1. Sam Glover
  2. Randall Ryder
  3. Karin Conroy
  4. Gyi Tsakalakis
  5. Josh Camson


  1. Gyi Tsakalakis says:

    game on.

  2. Gyi Tsakalakis says:

    It might also be interesting to see how most viewed compares to most shared.

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