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A New Look for the Legal Blawg Archive

“The following is a guest post by Matthew Braun, Senior Legal Research Specialist at the Law Library of Congress.  Matt has posted to the blog previously: most recently Taking the Reference Desk on the Road and Orphan Works and Fair Use in a Digital Age. For more than six years, the Law Library of Congress has been collecting images of select legal blogs on a monthly basis.  The Legal Blawg Archive was created so that the legal events detailed and analyzed in the blogs of today can be studied for years to come. Now this archive is available in an updated user interface making the collection more attractive and engaging.” (via In Custodia Legis)

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Judges Feel Legal Blogs’ Glare

Bloggers have alot of power these days. Let’s hope they (we?) don’t screw it up. (via)

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Blawg 100

From ABA Journal, here we go.

No law librarian category in sight. No respect, I tell ya.

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Blogs and Legal Journals

Jessie Seyfer – “When does a blog become legal scholarship? When it’s tedious and full of footnotes, right?” (via)

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State of the AmLaw 200 Blogosphere

LexBlog – “LexBlog is pleased to provide you findings on who from the AMLaw 200 has entered the blogosphere.”

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The First Blawg?

Robert Ambrogi (whom I met a long long time ago) thinks I was the second legal blogger (blawger?). I don’t write just about law librarian stuff, although I probably could. There’s lots going on in the arena. For example, today Lexis let me down by going offline for much of the afternoon. Ack!!

Hmm. Maybe I should just become a an official blawger.

BTW, Thanks for all of the comments on my 7 year anniversary.

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BlawgWorld 2007

Technolawyer [PDF] – “You probably don’t have the time to read every legal blog (blawg).”

So, how about 366 pages of posts. Odd. (via)

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