Library of Congress – A New Look for Legal Blawg Archive

by Sabrina I. Pacifici on July 6, 2013

“For more than six years, the Law Library of Congress has been collecting images of select legal blogs on a monthly basis.  The Legal Blawg Archive was created so that the legal events detailed and analyzed in the blogs of today can be studied for years to come. Now this archive is available in an updated user interface making the collection more attractive and engaging. This updated interface is part of a larger Library of Congress update, explained by Abbie Grotke in her June 21 entry on the Library’s The Signal: Digital Preservation blog, to the Library’s various web archive collections.”

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