Archive News

Hey everyone 👋 Intern Katie here with a weekly recap for the Open Legal Blog Archive!

This week we added 39 blogs, including those from NH, NJ, NY, and NM! These entries include blogs on traffic ticket law, startup law, and law library resources.

Have a blog you would like to see included in the

Hey everyone 👋 Intern Katie here with a weekly recap for the Open Legal Blog Archive!

This week, we have added 46 blogs, including those from Michigan, Minnesota, and Nevada! These blogs have ranged in topic from equine law to blog-style reference collections for university law libraries!

Have a blog you would like to see

Hey everyone 👋 Intern Katie here with a weekly recap for the Open Legal Blog Archive!

This week, we have added around 50 blogs, including those from Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Kansas, Massachusetts, Maryland, and Louisiana. These blogs have covered everything from family law in the Greater Boston area to federal criminal justice reform!

Have a

Hi everyone, Intern Katie here with your end-of-month update!

During the month of February, 101 law blogs were added to the Archive.

45,778 authors from 1,993 law firms published 7,635 blog posts over this past month.

What would you like to see next from the Archive?

You can help our archive grow by submitting your

Hey everyone 👋 Intern Katie here with a weekly recap for the Open Legal Blog Archive!

The main focus of this week has been adding blogs that I have found from various sources on the web. Since I started, we have added around 100 blogs (and counting!) to the archive, most of which are from California.

The Archive saw massive growth in 2022, with a large portion of this growth attributed to efforts made by LexBlog’s Digital Archive Intern, Alex Henigman. Additionally, the Archive has seen a considerable increase in organic growth, likely due to word-of-mouth recommendations. Here are some key statistics that highlight this success:

During the month of November, 141 law blogs were added to the Archive.

43,470 authors from 1,873 law firms published 9,003 blog posts during the month of November.

You can help our archive grow by submitting your blog here.

During the month of October, 49 law blogs were added to the Archive. 42,477 authors from 1,849 law firms published 9,693 blog posts during the month of October. You can help our archive grow by submitting your blog here.

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