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General Legal Blogs

Below is a list of a few general legal blogs.

  • Above the Law
    Free online access.
  • How Appealing
    "The Web's first blog devoted to appellate litigation." (How Appealing blog) Free online access.
  • SCOTUSblog
    "SCOTUSblog is devoted to comprehensively covering the U.S. Supreme Court without bias and according to the highest journalistic and legal ethical standards." (SCOTUSblog) Free online access.
  • Law Blog, Wall Street Journal Website
    "WSJ on the cases, trends and personalities of interest to the business community." (WSJ Website) Free online access.

Finding Legal Blogs

Below is a list of resources that can be used to find legal blogs and entries. General-purpose search engines, as well blog search engines like Google blog search, can also be used to find law blogs.

  • Academic Blawg Search, Cornell Law Library Website
    "Expert commentary from law professors." (Cornell Law Library website) Free online access.
    Free online access.
  • Blawg Directory, ABA Journal Website
    "A comprehensive directory of continually updated law blogs." (ABA Journal Website) Free online access.
  • Blawgsearch, Justia Website
    Free online access.
  • Law Professor Blogs
    "Law Professor Blogs is a network of web logs ("blogs") designed from the ground-up to assist law professors in their scholarship and teaching. Each site focuses on a particular area of law and combines both (1) regularly-updated permanent resources and links, and (2) daily news and information of interest to law professors. Our editors are leading scholars and teachers who are committed to providing the web destination for law professors in their fields." (Law Prof. Blogs) Free online access.

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