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Keeping up to date in Law


Most blogs allow you to subscribe by email or RSS feed so you are notified each time there is a new blog post. This page contains some tools for finding good law blogs in your area.



Eagle-i is a database of good quality law websites from around the world. It is maintained and updated by the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies. To search Eagle-i, add your keywords and select "Blogs" from the Resource Type drop-down list:



A good way of finding relevant blogs is by checking the blogroll of blogs that you rate highly. A blogroll is a list of blogs that the blogger subscribers to him/herself and have chosen to list on his/her blog homepage.

For example, if you think Opinio Juris is a blog worth subscribing to, look at the blogroll at the bottom right-hand side of the blog homepage. You can click through to view the blogs that are listed, and you might find some more to subscribe to.

Canadian Blogs

Legal Feeds - the blog of Canadian Lawyer and Law times


Justia's Blawgsearch indexes law blogs and lists the most popular. You can search for law blogs that mention your keywords. You can also browse the most popular blogs by subject:

Once you have selected a subject category from the list you can subscribe to all of the blogs by clicking on the RSS icon underneath the title of the subject, or you can subscribe to an individual blog by clicking on the RSS icon underneath that particular blog:

Google Blog Search

Google Blog Search is like a normal Google web search, but it is devoted to blog content. Simply enter your search terms and click on "Google Search":


On the results page you can click on "Search tools" to filter your results by date, country, and whether you want your search terms to appear in the homepage of the blog or the post itself: