This blawg "alerts faculty to symposia and conferences, calls for papers, library and research information and other tidbits that will enhance the scholarly mission of the law school."
Posts focus on research and information about refugees, internally displaced persons (IDPs), asylum-seekers, and other forced migrants.
FSU College of Law Library Blog has news of interest to law librarians and law students. Topics range from technology, to careers, to Internet law.
This blawg covers newsworthy and noteworthy government documents at all levels of government, from local to international. Blawger and law librarian Kevin McClure hopes the blawg will provide useful research and information. He also aims to raise the profile of some valuable sources of government information.
In posts, authors interview other Law Library of Congress staffers about their jobs, cover highlights of the LLC's online publication, Global Legal Monitor and note developments and enhancements in THOMAS, an online archive of congressional proceedings.
Bills itself as an open access case book for death penalty jurisprudence. It has links to statutes, articles, cases and other sources of death penalty information.
This blawg provides technology news affecting lawyers as well as tips on conducting legal research using technology or new book titles.
Posts include tech tips, researching tips, reading recommendations and introductions to new technologies.
This blawg covers quirky legal news that might be of particular interest to law librarians and frequently reports on new articles from the Chronicle of Higher Education.
Devoted to issues related to law libraries, including digital preservation and documentation. The blog covers general news and provides resources for practicing law librarians and those interested in legal research.
"News law students can use. Focuses on research sources and tips, law school happenings, law-related tibits, technology tips,and odds and ends from the blawgosphere."
Posts cover scholarly and professional discussion of legal information systems and legal communication.
Law librarians at Stanford Law School blog about what they've learned and continue to discover about the ins and outs of legal research. The blog maintains a "Good Guys Roster" of legal research companies and vendors that are either keeping prices steady or offering flexibility and services during recessionary times.
Features law-related calls for papers, conferences, and workshops as well as general legal scholarship resources.
The official blog of the Dallas Association of Law Librarians, a chapter of the American Association of Law Libraries.
Law library news.
Posts cover legal research and tech issues relevant to librarians, lawyers and law firms.
"From the Massachusetts trial court law libraries."
This blawg provides links to government reports and new Web developments, but mostly posts information for Hamline University School of Law students and faculty.
"If you're looking for a blog that strictly sticks to matters of law, librarianship, or legal research, you're in the wrong place."
"Legal information and research resources brought to you by the Michael E. Moritz Law Library at The Ohio State University."
National Indian Law Library--News has links to publications, materials and cases relating to Indian and tribal law.
"Tips on legal research techniques and resources, developments in the world of legal information, happenings at the law library, and legal news reports that deserve particular attention."
Features "adventures in law and technology" through the lens of bloggers at the Shepard Broad Law Center of Nova Southeastern University, Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
A blog covering the Ohio Supreme Court rulings and changes to the Ohio constitution.