It’s been a while – okay, a year! – since we shared the latest additions to LawBlogs.ca, but the lag is more due to our busyness than a lack of updates. There are now 300+ blogs listed in the directory, which got a big makeover in December 2010. By comparison, in March 2010, we were at about 200 law blogs, so there has been outstanding growth over the last year.
So, without further ado, here’s a sampling of blogs added to the Canadian Law Blogs List over the last couple of months:
- Workplace Wire (Heenan Blaikie LLP)
- BC Distance Family Mediation Blog (Mediate BC)
- Employment Law Blog (Anne Muter – Boughton Law Corporation)
- Canadian Class Actions Law (Stikeman Elliott LLP)
- Canadian Legal History Blog (Osgoode Society for Canadian Legal History)
- David Barristers – Family Law (David Barristers Professional Corporation)
- Canadian Communications Law (Stikeman Elliott LLP)
- Rekha McNutt (Caron & Partners LLP)
- Canadian Employement & Pension Law (Stikeman Elliott LLP)
- Cassels Brock & Blogwell (Cassels Brock & Blackwell LLP)
- The Disclosure Blog (Michael Smitiuch – Smitiuch Injury Law)
From lawyers to law profs to students, from Aboriginal Law to Wills and Estates, and from BC to Newfoundland & Labrador, Canadian law blogs cover an immense range of topics, and we’re very proud to provide a web space that organizes them.
As always, if you know of one we’ve missed, please use the LawBlogs.ca submission form to let us know about it.