Law Blogs with useful information – I can't help noticing how much legal information is now freely available because of blogs. The Blawgistan Times is a neatly presented compendium of information gathered from several different law blogs. InterAlia has a steady stream of useful information for lawyers (RSS feed available). Internet Tools For Lawyers is another great source (w/ RSS feed), and several categories: Legal Blogging, News, Legal Research, Factual Research, Internet Law, Ethics, Productivity, Security, eLawyering, New New Economy, and Blogging 101 (all with RSS feeds).
BeSpacific, run by Sabrina Pacifici, also is a must-read if you want to keep up with legal information (RSS feed). KiMformation is new to the game, but brings the perspective of a paralegal interested in how to use technology in a litigation practice (RSS feed). There are others, but you get the idea. I think that blogs are making this happen, and I expect that by the end of the year we'll have about 10 blogs that provide legal information. Hell, there is now one for Louisiana, with an RSS feed. [Ernie the Attorney]