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Weekly Law Blog Roundup

By March 24, 2004Uncategorized

Donna Wentworth, along with a stellar line-up of law and tech gurus, has revitalized CopyFight, a weblog about the politics of Intellectual Property. This is a fantastic weblog that should be visited often.

Just in time for April 15th tax season comes Mauled Again. Here you will find professor James Edward Maule’s “more than occasional commentary on tax law, legal education, the First Amendment, religion, and law generally, with sporadic attempts to connect all of this to genealogy, theology, model trains, and chocolate chip cookies.” He’s a specialist in Tax law, so there is a lot posting about that insidious topic.

Proving that law firm can have a weblog and even have links to other weblogs comes May it Please the Court, which is the Williams Law Firm. I know I’ve mentioned them before, but I think it’s worth mentioning again. How many law firm weblogs do you know of? And with an RSS feed even.

Well, actually, Hollander & Company has a couple of weblogs devoted to Real Estate Law, Commercial Law, Intellectual Property Law, and HIPAA Law. And they also have an RSS feed.

Lastly, because it really isn’t a ‘weblog’ per se: M-Law is an interesting site that chronicles lawsuit abuse in Michigan. I especially like the Seventh Annual Wacky Warning Label Contest.

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