Tom Mighell’s Internet Legal Research Weekly (quick, fun, informative – subscribe!) led me to the intriguing Northwestern Colloquy (and Tom’s Sept 9th issue is especially loaded with great stuff). From Tom’s Weekly (the 9/9 issue that is) – see his archives too):
‘Northwestern University Law Review is using the weblog format to publish law review articles. Each post is really a mini-law review article, which you can read online or download as a PDF. Recent articles include “Is the ‘Junk’ DNA Designation Bunk?”, “Why the Blight Distinction in Post-Kelo Reform does Matter,” and “Massachusetts and EPA: Breaking New Ground on Issues other than Global Warming.”‘
Northwestern Colloquy is a marvelous and creative use of a blog (or blawg, if you prefer). Blogs are so easy (wikis not so much) and it is wonderful seeing what inventive law students can do with the simple blog.