Reader Feedback: Legal Blogs
This blog post is for reader suggestions concerning specific legal blogs. Are there blogs missing from this taxonomy that have been overlooked, or blogs that have been omitted which should have been included? Are there inactive blogs which have become active again through a recent posting? Readers may provide the names, URL's, and descriptions of legal blogs in the comments below.
Also, have some of the existing legal blogs been mischaracterized? Are there blogs in this taxonomy which belong in different categories than the ones in which they are now? Readers can make their arguments and suggestions by commenting to this post.
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This is a great resource. You may want to take a look at http://www.classcaster.org/ and consider adding a category for course blogs. Classcaster is a CALI (http://www.cali.org) service for law faculty and librarians that provides course blogging and podcasting tools. Right now we have a couple dozen active bloggers and podcasters. The podcasts include recorded lectures, lecture summaries, and advice.
Posted by: Elmer Masters | Mar 30, 2006 7:04:21 AM
I have maintained a blawg, concerned primarily with non-patent IP law, at http://www.secondarymeaning.blogspot.com/ since December '04. Could you possibly include it in your taxanomy of legal blogs? Thanks.
Posted by: Tom Casagrande | Mar 31, 2006 12:17:24 PM
My blog, entitle Passion, People and Principles (www.davidmaister.com/blog/)fits in your Advice to Law firms category - I have vonsulted to law firms for 25 years and am the author of severalbooks that law firm globally hand out to their people.
Posted by: David Maister | Apr 6, 2006 12:55:27 AM
Two more international law blogs: Transitional Justice Forum (http://tj-forum.org/)
and Jus in Bello (http://library.law.pace.edu/blogs/jib/)
Posted by: Kevin Jon Heller | Apr 6, 2006 2:27:26 PM
You have Truth on the Market (accurately) under Business/Corp, but it is not listed under law professor blogs or group blogs.
Posted by: | Apr 6, 2006 5:23:59 PM
I'm a law professor with a blog called Doing Justice at
Please include me. Thanks.
Katherine C. Sheehan
Professor of Law
Southwestern Law School
Los Angeles, California
Posted by: KC Sheehan | Apr 7, 2006 12:58:15 PM
http://www.texaslawyerblog.com/ is our firm's web long. Primarily bankruptcy-related. Thanks.
Posted by: Mac | Apr 7, 2006 1:03:41 PM
All of these legal blogs (prior to this comment) have now been added. Thanks to everyone for their suggestions. - 3L Epiphany
Posted by: 3L Epiphany | Apr 9, 2006 10:18:55 PM
My co-blogger and I probably also belong in the small group blog category -- since there are two of us and all. ;-)
Posted by: Matt Rustler | Apr 10, 2006 11:49:13 PM
I'm a UK based law librarian with a blog (www.lo-fi-librarian.co.uk) and would very much appreciate being included in this valuable resource!
Posted by: lo-fi | Apr 12, 2006 2:03:08 PM
Matt, I added it to small group blogs.
Lo-fi, thanks for your request. Unfortunately, I am only including American and Canadian blogs in my taxonomy. This is because of simple practicality. I would be too overwhelmed if I include blogs from the UK and other countries. Perhaps when law school is over, I will have the time to expand my taxonomy. I would really like to include blogs such as yours. - 3L Epiphany
Posted by: 3L Epiphany | Apr 12, 2006 3:30:41 PM
Indiana Family Law at http://indianafamilylaw.net/ might fit into your list. Thanks for your consideration!
Posted by: Bill Wilson | Apr 14, 2006 3:07:38 PM
Hi, Ian. Thanks for putting this together for all of us within and without the world of legal weblogs. I'm writing to ask that you place f/k/a [formerly known as ethicalEsq] in your Legal Ethics category.
As the editor of Blawg Review recently wrote: "beyond poetry and punditry, his ethicalEsq Archives is probably the largest collection of client-oriented legal ethics materials on the Internet. Giacalone's worked-up legal blog posts about contingency fees, lawyer advertising, and professional ethics, belie his retiring personality."
We were the first and we're still by far the feistiest legal ethics weblog (and proud of it).
Posted by: david giacalone | May 5, 2006 11:06:26 AM
Please add the Georgetown University Law Center Faculty Blog, http://gulcfac.typepad.com/georgetown_university_law/ -- it is a midsize blog now, but I expect it to grow to large group size soon enough.
Posted by: Rebecca Tushnet | Jun 14, 2006 10:16:23 PM
May I suggest those ones?
Posted by: Natalie Gauthier | Jun 23, 2006 1:05:58 PM
Great list. Very thorough and helpful.
Please consider adding E-Commerce Law (http://www.ecommercelaw.typepad.com/)
Posted by: Jonathan D. Frieden | Aug 8, 2006 1:19:56 PM
This is a marvelous resource. I'd very much like my blog to be included: www.lifeatthebar.wordpress.com
Thank you for your efforts!
Posted by: Julie Fleming Brown | Nov 29, 2006 7:12:38 PM
Please add my blawg, California Labor & Employment Law Blog, at www.CALaborLaw.com. Many thanks for the wonderful directory! I've added a link to this directory on my blogroll.
Posted by: Eugene Lee | Nov 28, 2007 8:49:24 PM
thanks for this wonderful info
Posted by: raand | Feb 10, 2008 7:14:57 PM
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