This Week’s Links: 051209

  1. VLLB: Canadian law blogs list
  2. Opinions politiques
  3. Le monde politique et judiciaire
  4. La pub et le droit
  5. Culture
  6. C’est une Blog?
  7. CaDerange
  8. FP Infomart Mobile
  9. Wikipedia: concept map
  10. Wikipedia: topic map
  11. Grokker: search for Chaoulli
  12. NY Times: Snared in the Web of a Wikipedia Liar
  13. Reliability of Wikipedia
  14. Wired: Wikipedia Faces Growing Pains
  15. The 1911 Edition Encyclopedia
  16. Le Réseau juridique: Foire aux questions juridiques
  17. Canadian Industrial Designs Database
  18. University of Michigan: Government Gazettes Online
  19. Carnegie Mellon: unofficial Canadiana
  20. Carnegie Mellon: Stewart Clayman
  21. Library and Archives Canada: Canadian Information By Subject: 34 Law
  23. Joe Magnet: Constitutional Law of Canada
  24. McGill University: Prof. Tetley: Maritime law
  25. the deal maker’s toolbox
  26. Theses Canada Portal
  27. Library and Archives Canada
  28. Connie Crosby’s MA thesis abstract
  29. Humanist Archives Vol. 2: How many languages can computers work with?
  30. Canadian Bar Association
  31. CBA: technology resources page
  32. PracticePro
  33. Law Librarian Blog: Infolaw Portal
  34. House of Butter
  35. Infolaw (U.K.)
  36. Martin’s Archival Criminal Code
  37. Canada Law Book
  38. 2005 Weblog Awards Archives: The Best Law Blog
  39. 2005 Weblog Awards Archives: Best Canadian Blog
  40. Stop the ACLU
  41. TaxProf Blog
  42. BeldarBlog
  43. Time Magazine: Most Influential 100 Poll
  44. Harvard Law School: Sixteenth Century English Lawyer’s Library
  45. Harvard Law School: Henry N. Ess III
  46. Harvard Law School: Letters: gifts of Ess [pdf]
  47. University of Toronto Law Journal: Albert Mayrand’s Private Law Library
  48. 1911 Britannica: William Rastell
  49. The Pitt News: Students search, destroy
  50. Yale Law School: Regulating Search: A Symposium on Search Engines, Law, and Public Policy

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