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Law Library of Congress Archiving Blawgs

 

Maybe others were aware of this, but I was not. Starting in 2007, the Law Library of Congress began archiving blawgs:

The collection has grown to more than one hundred items covering a broad cross section of legal topics.  Blawgs can also be retrieved by keywords or browsed by subjectname, or title.

I went in expecting to find only things like the Harvard International Law Journal (which I did), but I was also pleasantly surprised to find regular blogs, such as China Law Blog, Simple Justice, The Trademark Blog, and others included. There are even a couple Canadian blogs included as well. It’s a nice resource when/if some legal bloggers decided to hang up their hats.

H/T Legal Skills Prof Blog

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