Saturday, October 02, 2004

Finding Good Blawgs

As the number of blawgs (law-related weblogs) has grown, so has the number of ways to find good blawgs in your areas of interest. Here are some of the sites you can use to discover these helpful sites:

Blawg Republic is a new search engine, directory, and aggregator for blawgs, which collects and displays in summary form postings from legal blogs. You can read Top News Stories, a compilation of summaries of all blawgs in the BR index, or choose from one of more than 30 categories. The Blawg Directory categorizes each blawg feed into its 30+ categories. Each category has an XML feed to which you can subscribe for updates from all blawgs in that category. Use the search engine at the top of most pages to search all blawgs in the Blawg Republic and create an XML feed to which you can subscribe for the keyword search.

The Blawg Channel is a group weblog or “blog” with contributions from several prominent legal bloggers. Currently you can sample postings from Dennis Kennedy,; Ernest Svenson, Ernie the Attorney; Marty Schwimmer, The Trademark Blog; Tom Mighell, Inter Alia; Denise Howell, Bag and Baggage; Rick Klau, Rick Klau's weblog; and Kevin Heller, Tech Law Advisor.

The EDDix 50, a list of fifty favorite bLAWgs from EDD Information Exchange. "Your Source for Law & Legal Related Weblogs."

Legal Alerts and Current Awareness Services from The Virtual Chase.

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