Browsers and Bulletins                



        Internet Explorer

        Google Chrome 

         Bulletins and Weblogs

         Three of the better e-mail bulletins.
FindLaw Legal News

Legal Information Institute Supreme Court Bulletin

Here are three e-mail bulletins and one website that alert legal researchers to new websites. 

In-site (Cornell)

Mighell Marker

ABA Site-tation

Other e-mail bulletins.


        Law-Related Listservs.
Findlaw: List Archives

Google Group Archives


Google Blog Search

Google Reader

ABA Journal Blawg Directory

ABA Blawg 100

Blogs by Texas Lawyers (SBOT)

BlawgSearch (Justia)

Digital Practice of Law

iPhone J.D.


Inter Alia

Dennis Kennedy Blog

Law Blog Central

The BLT: Blog of Legal Times

Law Blog (WSJ)

Legal Blawgs ( Law Library of Congress)

Jurist: Legal News

Jurist: Paper Chase

Law Professor Blogs

Becker-Posner Blog

Legal Theory Blog

University of Chicago Law Faculty Blog

The Pocket Part (Yale Law Journal)


How Appealing

My Shingle

K & L Gates Construction Law Blog

National Insurance Law Forum
TTABlog (Trademark Trial and Appeal Board)

That's What She Said

Overtime Advisor

Legal Marketing Reader

Texas Law Blogs

Texas Lemon Law Blog

Texas Appellate Law Blog

Texas Criminal Law Blog

    Internet Tutorials

and Legal Research Guides

Harvard Law School Library Research Guides

Georgetown Law Library Legal Research Tutorials

Georgetown Law Library Legal Research Guides

UC-Berkeley Law Library Research Guides

Tarlton Law Library's Research Guides

Learn the Net: An Internet Guide

Finding Information on the Internet

Zimmerman's Legal Research Guide

Wex (Cornell)

Some Basic Legal Sites 

These sites are particularly useful for lawyers.

FindLaw: Internet Legal Resources


LLRX: Law Library Resource Xchange

LLRX Rules of Court
Legal Information Institute

Daily News (ABA)

Some other very useful sites include: 

The Virtual Chase: A Research Site for Legal Professionals

ABA Legal Technology Resources Center

70 Sizzling Apps (ABA Journal)

Law Technology News

Law Practice Today (ABA)

Dennis Kennedy