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Blogs Omitted from My Taxonomy

The following blogs appeared in my initial list of legal blogs, but will not be included in my final 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.

March 23, 2006 in Taxonomy Omissions | Permalink

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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.

http://legalpad.wordpress.com

Thanks.

Brian

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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