October 2006 Law Librarian Top Blawgs

  1. Duke's source for advice and information about copyright and publication issues.
  2. Westminster Law Library's news and updates. Includes legal research tips, updates on resources (books, databases, websites etc.), event announcements and a news feed from Jurist. For the University of Denver's Sturm College of Law community.
  3. Covers criminal law, information technology and news for law librarians. By David Badertscher.
  4. Discusses news in the Copyright and Fair Use industry, as well as updates to the Stanford Copyright and Fair Use site.
  5. Seeks to inform the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law community about key legal education, research, practice, and law library news, with a particular focus on Cuyahoga County and Ohio as well as faculty research interests.
  6. Covers Native American legal issues, published by the National Indian Law Library, a public law library devoted to federal Indian and tribal law.
  7. Provides news and views on matters of interest to the Brooklyn Law School community.
  8. Features questions and answers about how the law affects homeless life. By Linda Tashbook.
  9. From the librarians of the Barco Law Library, University of Pittsburgh School of Law.
  10. Features news and views from Ernester, the Hofstra School of Law Deane Law Library Virtual Cat.
  11. By Paul Lomio, Erika V. Wayne, Kate, Wilko and George Wilson. The authors are law librarians and advanced legal research instructors at Stanford Law School.
  12. Informs local attorneys of major legal developments important to their practice. By Sue Altmeyer.
  13. Features local legal news and information for Dane County (Wis.) judges, attorneys, and members of the public interested in legal research.
  14. By the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Law Library.
  15. Features legal research news. By Michel-Adrien Sheppard.
  16. Information and insight on the laws governing federal, state and local elections. By the Moritz College of Law.
  17. Describes the interplay between legal responses to exogenous change and the law's own endogenous capacity for adaptation. By Louis D. Brandeis Dean Jim Chen.
  18. Covers library legal issues, legal information sources, and notices for the Harvard Law community. From the law librarians of Harvard Law School.