Blogs Omitted from My Taxonomy
Most of the blogs are on this list because they are not legal blogs. My taxonomy will only include legal blogs, and I have decided that these do not fit the description. I will explain my criteria later for those who are interested.
A few blogs are on this list because they are either: 1) not really blogs at all; 2) blogs from outside of the US and Canada; 3) individual law student blogs; or 4) a repeat of the same blog under a different name.
Readers (and bloggers) who would like to argue for the inclusion of any of these blogs can comment to this post.
- Deaf Blawg UK
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I hope you include Ballot Access News in the election law blog category. "How Appealing" linked to Ballot Access News a few months ago, for my article on Justice (then Judge) Alito's only election law decision, a ballot access decision of the 3rd circuit.
Posted by: Richard Winger | Mar 31, 2006 12:20:04 PM
Another blog you might want to list under newspapers' legal blogs is "Legal Pad" (which, full disclosure, I edit). It's the blog of San Francisco's daily legal paper, The Recorder, and its Web site, CalLaw.com.
Posted by: Brian McDonough | Mar 31, 2006 7:19:28 PM
Richard and Brian, I added your blogs.
- 3L Epiphany
Posted by: 3L Epiphany | Apr 12, 2006 3:33:01 PM
My blog http://www.lawandstuff.net has been going for a few months now. I am posting about being a UK law student and since I am starting 1st year lecture this week, I am now going to have some (hopefully) good content to comment on!
Posted by: Wilbur Parry | Sep 25, 2006 7:08:57 AM
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