Law Review Articles Citing Legal Blogs
This is a new collection of law review articles which cite legal blogs. It is an update to the collection posted four months ago (April 19th), and includes both recently published articles and ones which were previously overlooked. Unlike the earlier collection, this updated version does not include articles from state or local bar journals. Law review articles which merely list legal blogs are also omitted.
There are 489 article citations of legal blogs in this collection, with 75 legal blogs being cited. Several law review articles are listed more than once.
The collection is available for downloading here:
The legal blogs with the most citations are:
- Balkinization (32)
- SCOTUS Blog (32)
- How Appealing (30)
- Legal Theory Blog (30)
- Lessig Blog (21)
- Leiter Reports (10)
The legal blogs with the greatest overall increase in citations are:
- The Volokh Conspiracy (+ 21)
- Balkinization (+ 18)
- Sentencing Law and Policy (+ 18)
- Patently-O: Patent Law Blog (+ 13)
- SCOTUS Blog (+ 13)
- How Appealing (+ 11)
The 75 blogs included in this collection are listed below, with the number of citations for each blog in parentheses:
- Althouse (6)
- Appellate Law and Practice (2)
- Beyond Structured Settlements (1)
- Capital Defense Weekly (5)
- Conglomerate (8)
- ContractsProf Blog (2)
- Corpreform.com (1)
- Daily Developments in EEO Law (1)
- Dubitante (inactive) (1)
- Elder Law Prof Blog (1)
- ER Law & News (inactive) (1)
- Ex Parte (1)
- How Appealing (30)
- The Right Coast (2)
- Southern District of Florida Blog (1)
- Start Making Sense (1)
- The TTABlog (2)
- The UCL Practitioner (2)
- White Collar Crime Prof Blog (10)
- 3L Epiphany (2)
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I dunno whether the Urban Lawyer counts (I think it does -- it's in the JLR
database on Westlaw) but one of my posts on propertyprof was recently cited in
Brett Jackson Coppage, BALANCING COMMUNITY INTERESTS AND OFFENDER RIGHTS: THE
VALIDITY OF COVENANTS RESTRICTING SEX OFFENDERS FROM RESIDING IN A
NEIGHBORHOOD, 38 Urb. Law. 309 -- see footnote 5.
Not that I keep track of this kind of thing . . .
Posted by: Ben Barros | Aug 18, 2006 4:06:19 PM
One very significant omission, because it has more than 50 citations, is www.icannwatch.org. I overlooked this blog and will add it to the next edition.
I hope that more readers will feel free to add any missing blogs and citations here in the comments.
- Ian Best
Posted by: 3L Epiphany | Aug 22, 2006 3:36:39 PM
I was cited twice that I know of, though I've not vanity-searched in Lexis for a while. So if you're counting law student blogs, you might want to add those.
Neither are particularly exciting articles, though.
Carol M. Langford, Depression, Substance Abuse, and Intellectual Property Lawyers, 53 Kan. L. Rev. 875, 890 n.83 (2005) (citing Legal Depression); Manuel A. Miranda, The Memogate Papers: The Politics, Ethics and Law of a Republican Surrender, 9 Tex. Rev. Law & Pol. 147, 177 n. 105 (2004) (citing Ignorance is Bliss, and Apparently Not Criminal)
Posted by: A. Rickey | Sep 9, 2006 7:26:02 PM
how can I get my legal blogs linked here or anywhere?
Montana Winning Cases http://montana-winning-criminal-cases.blogspot.com
WINNING FEDERAL CRIMINAL CASES - http://winning-federal-criminal-cases.blogs
Ineffective Assistance of Counsel - http://ineffectiveassistanceofcounsel.blogspot.com
Interesting Criminal Cases - http://interestingcriminalcases.blogspot.com
Winning SSI Disability Cases - http://winningsssdisabilitycases.blogspot.com
Winning Daily Decisions http://winningdailydecisions.blogspot.com
Posted by: mark given | Sep 14, 2006 4:30:18 PM
The JAG Hunter blogsite is active.
The JAG Hunter (http://jaghunters.blogspot.com
Posted by: Walt Fitzpatrick (The JAG Hunter) | Sep 18, 2006 10:19:10 PM
These comments have been invaluable to me as is this whole site. I thank you for your comment.
Posted by: Rosie | May 8, 2007 6:33:37 AM
Thanks for such good reviews ..keep up the work ..
Posted by: realistic reviews | Mar 25, 2008 6:44:41 AM
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