Law Blogs with XML : Come and get 'em while they're hot
Updated: 7/6/2003; 7:49:35 PM.


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Sunday, July 06, 2003

Tom Mayo has a blog called Health Law Blog that focuses on, well, obviously health care legal issues and regulations, with an emphasis on Texas.  No RSS feed, yet.
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Wednesday, June 18, 2003

Strategic Legal Technology is the blog of a legal consulting group (no RSS feed).
11:20:03 AM    comment []

Tuesday, June 17, 2003

Jason Nemes has taken it upon himself to produce a weblog that focuses on the US Sixth Circuit, although he reserves the right to take up other matters.  He is also interested in legal matters in the State of Kentucky.  No RSS feed.  If it becomes succesful, he'll probably want to get an RSS feed (and move away from Blogspot along with the other long lines of refugees).
1:53:50 PM    comment []

Monday, June 16, 2003

Doug Simpson is a lawyer in Hartford, Connecticut who formerly worked in the Law Department of a Fortune 500 Company.  He is now an independent legal consultant and writer.  His blog, Unintended Consequences,  addresses what happens when "disruptive technologies" affect things like the insurance and financial services sector.  Also slated for discussion are Gramm-Leach-Bliley, HIPAA, Sarbanes-Oxley, E-Sign, DMCA, etc....

Looks like an interesting site.  With XML feed.

1:46:38 PM    comment []

The Franchise Law Blog.  No RSS Feed.  The Legal Reader (formerly Weird of the News) has an RSS feed.  Welcome, and congratulations.
1:21:35 PM    comment []

Sunday, June 15, 2003

Xrlq (a/k/a "damnum absque injuria") has moved from Blogger to this locale.  (RSS Feed here)

BizLawTech, the Blog of the Touro Institute for Business, Law and Technology, has moved to a permanent home and also offers an RSS Feed.

Adjust your bookmarks accordingly.

7:17:46 PM    comment []

Saturday, June 14, 2003

New Orleans lawyer A.J. Levy has started a weblog called Out-of-the-Box Lawyering that focuses on creativity -- on unusual solutions to legal problems.  (XML feed available)

I have great hopes for this one.  A.J. is the person who turned me on to Edward DeBono, and we in the legal profession are clearly in need of some clever new ways of solving problems.  I hope that you all will visit this weblog frequently.

12:42:20 PM    comment []

Monday, June 09, 2003

Corp Law Blawg has a new web location, with an RSS feed.  Looks like more refugees are streaming out of Blogger.  Expect long delays at the border check points.
8:38:06 PM    comment []

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