Wednesday, November 22, 2006

Blawg-Finding Tools

Colleagues and other people sometimes ask me how to locate law-related blogs.

Well, the Law Dawg Blawg, created by law librarians at Southern Illinois University in Carbondale, describes New Tools for Finding Blawgs in a post from November 18, 2006.

The post describes 2 finding aids: the refurbished site (I referred to it yesterday in my post entitled Law Library Blogs One of the Largest Blawg Categories) and the search engine BlawgSearch.

There are of course a number of other great sources:
  • Dave Matthews in Vancouver keeps on updating his Canadian Law Blogs List
  • The Taxonomy of Legal Blogs on the 3L Epiphany blog is another great source
  • The Observatory of the Legal Blogosphere is a site from Portugal that links to law-related blogs in a variety of languages and from many differents countries
  • The Lawfinder blogs list can help locate UK-based blawgs
  • Juriblogs is a directory of French-language blawgs
  • There is another directory for French blawgs from many different regions of the world - Blogs juridiques - on Droit francophone, the international law portal created by the Francophonie in colloboration with the Université de Montréal's LexUM service (a major CanLII partner)

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posted by Michel-Adrien at 5:16 p.m.


Blogger Steve Matthews said...

Law librarian by day, rock star by night!

5:53 p.m.  
Blogger Michel-Adrien said...

Oops! I meant STEVE Matthews. Hehe.

7:21 p.m.  

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