UPDATE: Eugene Volokh is true to form (discussing the "ethics" of publishing legal correspondence does not require referring by name to a deranged cyber-stalker, but of course Volokh does), but some commenters actually make relevant responses (and here). Tedious, but typical of Professor Volokh.
*2010 began with an uproar about the AALS's rip-off registration fees for its annual conference, as well as some constructive suggestions for improving the annual meeting. One year later, has anything changed? Not to my knowledge, sigh.
*In March, Dan Filler (Drexel) joined the blog, bringing more frequent content, as well as a new perspective.
*The U.S. News charade continued without meaningful changes, alas. Since U.S. News is no longer even a news magazine, but a vehicle for misinformation-by-ranking, there seems little prospect of it going away.
*On the other hand, this year's April's Fool post had a lot of folks taken in, at least initially.
*The scandal du jour for the Spring was the racist e-mail from a Harvard 3L, which brought forth the usual assortment of confused and know-nothing commentary from the right-wing end of the blogosphere. Plus ça change, plus c'est la même chose. (But the Volokh blog did offer a wide spectrum of amusement this past year.)